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Keith Lee Opens Up About Being Drugged & Raped

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Zeus (Tom “Tiny” Lister Jr.) celebrates his 62nd birthday.

Zeus was originally the monster heel Villain in the 1989 movie No Holds Barred, where he played Hulk Hogan’s main opponent.

No Holds Barred was the first ever movie produced by Vince McMahon and the World Wrestling Federation and the idea was to bring Zeus into the WWF with the storyline behind it being, that he is pissed after having to lose to Hogan in the movie.

Zeus main evented the SummerSlam 1989 PPV and the ‘No Holds Barred – The Match, The Movie’ PPV, but also wrestled in an elimination match during the 1989 Survivor Series PPV.

Almost 7 years after his WWF stint, he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where he wrestled as Z-Gangsta in the main event of the Uncensored 1996 pay-per-view.

He isn’t in the celebrity wing of the WWE Hall of Fame yet, but that might very well happen at some point in the future.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ZEUS!

• Keith Lee Opens Up About Being Drugged & Raped

With the #SpeakingOut movement going on, NXT North American Champion Keith Lee decided to share his own story where he was drugged and raped a few years ago.

Below is what Lee posted:

“I am going to share a story with you that very, VERY few know. I am watching friends and associates #SpeakOut. I am noticing how much strength it is taking for them to bring forth their stories. I shall share one of my own.

I cannot lock down the time frame because of how hazy it was for me. However, I was living in TX still during this time. Perhaps 2016 or 2017. I was in Dallas for an event, or maybe just to visit family. Afterwards, I went to an old bar I would sometimes visit and sing at.

It had been some time, so I was unfamiliar with the atmosphere. But the vibe of the music kept me interested. Eventually I got to sing a song. Afterward, a young lady asked to sit with me. I was alone so I did not mind and welcomed her.

We went on to talk about the beauty of music and books. Random philosophies on life. It truly was a pleasant conversation. I am often told I am…oblivious… when someone is interested in me. And I would have to concur as I did not realize the interest until she blatantly expressed it. To which I declined as I was taken at the time.

She was disappointed, but still pleasant. She would continue to make passes throughout the night, citing all that she wanted to do to me. I politely declined and explained I enjoyed the company, but that chat could not continue.

I then offered to buy her a drink as an apology before I headed to the restroom. She declined and said that she’d buy me one because she enjoyed my song so much, that I could go ahead for the bathroom. I expressed gratitude and went to put in a song before heading for the restroom.

I would return to fresh drinks. We’d continue discussing the types training I do. I’d try to get her to sing, but she would act shy and decline, saying she enjoyed listening to others, but didn’t want attention on her. I even offered help with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ It’s kind of my go to when people are nervous about karaoke. I try to be inviting. And that sing is pure fun!

Unfortunately…it’s right around here things become extremely fuzzy for me. No matter how much I rack my brain, all I find myself able to recall is struggling to make it to the stage….. I recall waking up naked in a hotel room (I don’t even recall if it was my own room), confused and in a panic. I was fortunate enough to have my essentials such as wallet and phone. But…who knows what all I lost.

To this day…I know not what happened. I have tried to forget about it ever since…. But I tell this story, so people understand. Anyone can be a victim. ANYONE. It is why I randomly stopped drinking. And why it remains such a rarity to this day.”

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