Joseph Meehan has filed an extension to serve parties in a lawsuit against multiple women who made serious allegation against him.
On 12/7, Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald reviewed Meehan’s case against multiple speaking out accusers. He issued a warning stating the cases will be dismissed due to “lack of prosecution”. Meehan has until 12/23 to respond to the order, or it will be dismissed on 12/28 according to court documents obtained by HeelByNature.com
On 12/8, Meehan’s attorney filed an extension, citing issues with serving some of the plaintiffs. The attorney used the service One Legal as a process server, which had issues with serving legal complaints due to issues with addresses.
Meehan’s attorney states he did receive a letter from one of the plaintiffs lawyers, which “considered fairly threatening”
On November 10, 2020, I received a letter from attorneys who indicated that they represent REDACTED that I considered fairly threatening to my client as well as me personally, (Rule 11 sanctions, etc.) wherein immediate action was going to occur if the case was not dismissed.
He also says another plaintiff, who they have had issues serving could possibly be served at a wrestling event, as they are still an active competitor.
REDACTED is a professional wrestler and can be served at a show. The pandemic has limited the number of shows that wrestlers are conducting