Triple H held a mandatory conference call with all NXT UK talent on June 30 addressing the situation.
As per the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, he informed talent that, when it comes to such serious allegations as the ones we’ve seen, the company has a zero tolerance policy to any charges, provided there is irrefutable evidence to them.
The company’s policy previously has been to suspend talent upon charges then fire them upon conviction or an exoneration. If the company deems the evidence serious enough it can also act itself instead of waiting for charges or convictions.
It was said that Triple H’s message “came across as a warning”. Over the last few days, Ligero, Travis Banks, and referees Joel Allen and Chris Roberts have all been released, and Joe Coffey has been suspended.
Stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for any further updates on the #SpeakingOut movement and related allegations.