On Wednesday, David Starr was accused of sexual abuse by his former partner Victoria. Starr denied being a sexual predator and the allegations against him, but admitted to being a dickhead to his past partners. He also admitted in an unsent letter that he didn't he was violating his partner, but that doesn't mean he did and that a lack of a verbalized "no" doesn't mean consent.
In his lengthy statement, Starr said, "if this is the end of wrestling for me, that's ok."
It is unknown if it is the end of Starr's wrestling career, but promotions have already taken action against him.
Over The Top Wrestling, Revolution Pro, and TNT Extreme Wrestling stripped Starr of their respective championships in light of the allegations and severed ties with him. Beyond Wrestling has also cut ties with Starr.
The Southside Championship has been declared vacant.— Revolution Pro (@RevProUK) June 18, 2020
The future of the championship will be addressed in due course as we continue to prepare for our return to in ring competition. pic.twitter.com/FMGRrR00LO
TNT Extreme Wrestling’s statement pic.twitter.com/BxIyhKTZ2R— TNT Extreme Wrestling (@TNTExtremeWres) June 18, 2020
With immediate effect we declare the OTT championship as vacated. A decision on the future of the title will be made as we return to active competition pic.twitter.com/lmeviENzD6— OTT WRESTLING (@OTT_wrestling) June 18, 2020
Effective immediately Beyond Wrestling will no longer be working with David Starr.— Beyond Wrestling (@beyondwrestling) June 18, 2020
The safety of our fans and wrestlers alike has and will always be our top priority.
The Independent, an organization fighting to unionize wrestling which Starr had a large voice in, also severed ties with him.
Our statement pic.twitter.com/3GF66hstpK— We The INDEPENDENT (@wetheindie) June 18, 2020
As of this writing, no police report has been filed against Starr.