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Kelly Klein says multiple women have spoken out on sexual harassment/misconduct from Jay Lethal (Updated with Jay Lethal's statement)

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Kelly Klein took to Twitter today to call on Ring Of Honor to address bad behavior. She specifically named Jay Lethal and she says that multiple women have brought complaints and evidence of sexual misconduct/harassment by him.

Klein thanked ROH for all of the "wonderful things" they do and have done but she wants them to address what she says is bad behavior.

This is not the first time that someone has gone public with similar allegations. In 2018, Taeler Hendrix said she was told that she would be taken off ROH TV if she did not sleep with Lethal. Hendrix was later subjected to bullying online and at independent shows because she spoke up.

You can read Klein's claims about Lethal below and scroll down to see the claims made in 2018 by Hendrix:

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Lethal issued this response in 2018 in regards to the allegations from Hendrix:

Hendrix responded with these screenshots:

Hendrix tweeted the following in response to Klein's tweets about Lethal:


Jay Lethal issued the following statement on Twitter in response to the allegation from former ROH star Kelly Klein:

"It has always been my choice to use silence to keep my dignity, refrain from publicly attacking people I'm not fond of, and relying on who I have been as a person to speak for itself. I've also never wanted to use MY platform to boost or give attention to any negativity. I do however know and realize that some people will sadly take my silence to mean something else. The #speakingout movement has given me hope that the industry that I've chosen to give my life to will become a better place. I've wanted to stand in support of all those brave enough to share their painful stories. Unfortunately I was afraid to due to the lies that are being said about me. I have never and would never sexually harass, sexually assault, rape or force myself on anyone. I would never use my status to deny anyone opportunities. Even now, it pains me to know that defending myself might somehow tarnish an important movement and cast doubt on real, troubling experiences."