WWE star Gable Steveson issues statement on 2019 sexual assault investigation

Olympic gold medalist Gable Steveson is fit to have a big hit with WWE and the feeling about him is that he will be a major event organizer in the future.

Steveson is praised by a lot of people on the board and he is close to Paul Heyman so there are a lot of people who support him but also some critics who are pointing to his past in an attempt to get WWE to reconsider. their plan.

In 2019, there was a sexual assault investigation against Steveson and Dylan Martinez. They were arrested in June 2019 on suspicion of criminal sex acts but they were released from prison without charge. The investigation ended and during a press conference on December 20, 19, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said, “In the interest of justice, there is not enough evidence to charge and prosecute this case.” fair way.”

Few details about the case have been made public to protect victims, according to Freeman, and he added that the Minnesota sex crimes unit conducted a “very thorough” and “complete” investigation.

The story continued to spread among several fans on social media and Steveson released the following statement to Ringside News:

“One of the challenges for me personally, especially over the past few months/years, has been reading criticism and attacks on my character by people who don’t understand me personally and my values. No one was charged and the entire episode was difficult for everyone involved… In the future, those who don’t know me will hopefully find that kindness, respect, and empathy are virtues. I take my life very seriously. ”

Dave Meltzer reports that there is a WrestleMania plan for Steveson and the idea is for him to start working normally after the college wrestling season ends in March. WrestlingNews.co heard that there were creative pitches for Steveson to enter the men’s Royal Rumble match.

https://wrestlingnews.co/wwe-news/wwe-star-gable-steveson-issues-statement-on-2019-sexual-assault-investigation/ WWE star Gable Steveson issues statement on 2019 sexual assault investigation

Chris Estrada

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