WWE Releases Mark Carrano For Harassing Former Employees
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WWE Releases Mark Carrano For Harassing Former Employees

Mark Carrano
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In a shocking turn of events, WWE has released Senior Director of Talent Relations, Mark Carrano, as reported by Wrestling Inc. This came as an aftermath of the bad representation of the company he presented in recent times. The allegation is that he sent trash bags to fired WWE superstars that were loaded with their belongings.

Veteran pro-wrestler cum ex WWE Superstar Mickie James revealed that she received a black garbage bag with her belongings after being released by the company, last week. WWE Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development Paul “Triple H” Levesque then released a statement on Twitter, addressing the matter and saying that the “person responsible for this inconsiderate action has been fired and is no longer with WWE.” That person is Mark Carrano.

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Mickie James was the first to mention that she received a ‘care package’ from WWE and tagged Vince McMahon whether he was aware of the fact. WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon then took to Twitter and apologized to former WWE star for receiving her belongings in a trash bag.

Stephanie issued her apology mentioning that she didn’t expect Mickie or anyone else would be treated this way. The person in concern, Mark Carrano was thereby fired as Stephanie wrote the following,

“@MickieJames I am embarrassed you or anyone else would be treated this way. I apologize personally and on behalf of @WWE. The person responsible is no longer with our company.”

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Mark Carrano allegedly harassed more former WWE employees

Maria Kanellis then also confirmed that she received a similar trash bag following her departure last year, while Gail Kim wondered whether the practice is still happening in the company. Kim had stints with the company from 2002 through 2004, and 2008 until 2011.

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As for Mark Carrano, WWE Universe got to see better of him through the WWE Total Divas show who was seen handling the creative part of the WWE female talents, mostly. It’s unfortunate to learn that a senior talent like him would put up behavior like this to project WWE in the worst way possible and eventually lose his own position in the company.

Meanwhile, Mark Carrano was already replaced, earlier this year as WWE appointed John Laurinaitis as the new Head of WWE Talent Relations. Big Johnny also released a statement reflecting similar words by Triple H and Stephanie, “Upon learning of the disrespectful treatment of some of our recently released talent, we took immediate action. The person responsible for this inconsiderate action has been fired.”