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Simon Gotch calls Enzo Amore an “awful human being” for making diss track on accuser

Enzo Amore was released from the WWE in early 2018 due him not informing the company’s officials of an alleged rape case filed against him. Enzo went full silent on social media after being released, then came back with a diss track titled “Phoenix.”

Read more: Enzo Amore released by WWE amid rape allegations

The song was about a number of things, which included the rape allegations filed against him by the accuser.

Recently while speaking to Chris Van Vliet, Former WWE Star Simon Gotch gave his thoughts on the entire situation:

“Best case scenario, Enzo made a diss rap about a mentally unstable drug addict who needs counseling for both a drug problem and she’s bipolar or whatever mental issue she has. She needs to be seeing a psychiatrist and getting drug counseling. She does not need a diss rap being written about her. That is not going to help her situation. And a decent human being would see that and go ‘You know what? I’m going to distance myself from this. I’m going to move on and do my own thing. This does not define me. This is not who I am. I did not do this.’ They’re going to walk away from it because they’re clean and innocent. His reaction was instead to do the diss record. Which worst case scenario, he did commit the act of rape, he lucked out because unfortunately, the reality of criminal proceedings is that they are financial acts. Lack of evidence usually means that they don’t want to spend any more money trying to gather evidence. That it’s not been easy enough to justify the cost and they’re going to move on. This is not uncommon in cases of sexual assault because again, you rarely have any sort of evidence beyond DNA and all that really shows is that a sex act occurred. It does not show whether or not that act was consensual. So it’s just a he said, she said situation, unfortunately. So that means worst case scenario, he did a diss track on a woman he raped. So best case scenario he’s an awful human being, worst case scenario he’s a monster.”

You can listen to the interview embedded in the video below:

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  • No pity

    Regardless of what did or did not happen, the easiest way to prevent this from happening is to not be a ring rat. No one dragged her to that hotel room at gun point.

  • CC

    Part of me agrees with Gotch, as if it was mental illness that caused it, people like that need help not mocking. But, and I have no love for Enzo or sympathy for putting himself in that position, he has every right to shame her like this as it was not “mental issues”, it was a woman who was looking for a meal ticket. Pure and simple.

    And anyway, is it really going to impact her that bad?

    Put yourself in his shoes for a second, Gotch, and see how you react.

  • Bs be lying

    If’s she’s a lying b then she deserves every bit of venom that is sent her way. Even if this had gone to trial and Enzo had not only been proved not guilty, but innocent, that stigma STILL would be on him. People would STILL wonder what if he had done it. And for that, she deserves every bit of hatred she has coming.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Yea, I dont think someone her age with mental disabilities is going to acuse, Enzo Amore of rape. She was looking for a payday, plain and simple. Innocent until proven guilty, she had no proof of what “happened” and waited quite awhile to say something to anyone. And do you have any idea on how statistically successful the insanity plea actually is…. very VERY rare

  • gar216

    Criminally an insanity plea doesn’t allow the person to just walk away free. They are required to obtain treatment and to be confined in some way to protect themselves and others.

    This doesn’t protect them in civil court. They are still held liable for damages.

  • Luke

    The phrase “it doesn’t matter what mental disabilities she has” only shows you have no concept, grasp or understanding of “mental disability”. Often it means you are not in control of your actions. If that’s the case here, then no, obviously, you can’t punish someone by law. That’s why insanity pleas exist.

  • BrokenBrayWyatt

    she got what she deserve she asked for it

  • gar216

    I don’t really like Enzo, but IF she made up the allegations, he has every right to call her out. It doesn’t matter what mental disabilities she has, a false claims like that can cost someone their job and 10’s of thousands of dollars in legal fees. It should be punishable by law.