We noted before how an anonymous WWE employee filed a complaint to the Board of County Commissioners meeting in Orange County, Florida on Tuesday.
The alleged employee claimed that people are being forced to work the WWE tapings despite the stay at home orders and they fear losing their job if they speak out against the company.
Now the company has come forward and released the following statement on the matter, saying that no one will be fired if they were uncomfortable with their surroundings:
“These accusations aren’t true. Employees know they can confidentially go to Human Resources, not the public. Notwithstanding the appropriate protocol, no one would be fired if they were uncomfortable with their surroundings. We’ve made accommodations for individuals upon request.”
It has been highlighted previously that both WWE and AEW has told their employees that they will not face any repercussions if they decide to pull out of the shows.
The biggest example of such event was Roman Reigns pulling out of WrestleMania 36 but recent reports have revealed that the company has banned the use of his name on their programming since then.