George Foreman Hit w/ #MeToo . . . 2 White Women Claim ‘Abuse’ More Than 45 Years Ago!!

Boxing Superstar George Foreman is facing the fight of his life. Media Take Out confirmed that two Caucasian women are preparing to file a lawsuit against the boxer – claiming that he “abused” them nearly 45 years ago.

The Boxing legend George Foreman made a preemptory announcement yesterday, telling the media that two women have made up claims that he s*xu*lly abused them. George claims that it’s all just an effort to extort him out of millions of dollars.

George Foreman is an outspoken “proud American,” who refused to take public stands against racial injustice in the past. For example, during the 1968 Olympics when many Black athletes protested the United States treatment of Black people (with a raised fist) George balked at the protests.

Instead of standing with protesters, George wrapped himself in the American flag, and paraded himself around the arena.

Now the chickens are coming home to roost, Media Take Out has learned. That’s because the two women accusing the former champ of abuse are Caucasian.

A lawsuit against Foreman is expected to be filed in L.A. today by the two women whose fathers were friends and business associates of George’s decades ago.

The women are expected to claim that George Foreman abused them in the 1970s.

But, Foreman said in a statement on Wednesday that the allegations are not true.

“Over the past six months,” Foreman said, “two women have been trying to extort millions of dollars each from me and my family. They are falsely claiming that I sexually abused them over 45 years ago in the 1970s.”

“I adamantly and categorically deny these allegations. The pride I take in my reputation means as much to me as my sports accomplishments, and I will not be intimidated by baseless threats and lies.”

George, who reportedly has a net worth of around $300 million, has been an outspoken supporter of former president Donald Trump and considers himself a Republican.

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