The Daily Beast reported that McMahon was working at Tanzabar in Boca Raton when he allegedly met the victim. The 60-year-old allegedly asked McMahon to take a picture of himself after he got in the tanning bed. She said that he showed her his naked body after she agreed to take a photo of him.
McMahon had finished his tanning session, and the employee then went to clean McMahon’s bed. He allegedly followed McMahon into the room and locked the door, before forcing himself on her.
According to the police report, McMahon grabbed her by the throat and tried to kiss her. She claimed that she placed her hands on McMahon’s chest and tried pushing him away. McMahon continued to grab her and touch her waist and butt, while trying to lift her button-down shirt and rub her breasts with his backside. McMahon continued to grab her, touching her waist and butt. He also tried to lift up her button-down shirt while rubbing her breasts with the back side of his arms.
It didn’t end there. McMahon waited outside in his Hummer parked, according to the woman. She reportedly went to Papa John’s nearby and began crying. She called her boss, and she said that an “older gentleman” followed her into a room and attempted to kiss her. They called the police a few days later.
The police report stated that they had “probable cause” to believe Vincent McMahon intentionally touched against the will of the accuser. McMahon denied the allegations at the time, so prosecutors did not pursue McMahon’s charges.
According to The Daily Beast, Mike Edmondson, spokesperson for the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office said that “the filing standard for state is above and beyond any reasonable doubt.” “Prosecutors must file at a higher level, which is proof beyond a reasonable doubt. It is a different standard than probable cause.