Ask yourself how you would like to be in Hemme's position and have someone back you into a corner before climbing up and standing with his nuts in your face. Then ask yourself again if anyone over-reacted.
I don't for one minute think that Aries intended to sexually harass anyone, in fact I think he was just getting on with his usual corner pose while Hemme was 'trapped' there but in the eyes of the law if she makes a complaint then he's done for. It's one of the things that annoys the hell out of me when laws designed to prevent harassment are used to punish someone for a one off lapse of judgement but that's the way it goes. As Bodom said in the other thread (I paraphrase) there's not a single other industry where you could put your nuts in a colleague's face and not get fired. (Anyone who mentions porn at this point is both an idiot and missing the point)
To anyone who mentions the fact Hemme posed for Playboy, has been involved in sexual storylines, dresses provocatively, should know what to expect etc: Get a fucking clue! Just because a woman chose to do those things on her terms, at a time she's happy with (Playboy was years ago) doesn't make her fair game for lewd comments, pawing at or, in this case, being put in a threatening position with someone's genitals in their face. While we're at it: No means no! I don't care if Christy Hemme spends her spare time giving blow jobs for $5, if she's not ok with something happening it's her right to complain.
I agree that the law is an ass and that this has blown up into a bigger situation than it should be but that's neither Aries' nor Hemme's fault.
And finally, Big Body B, if you can't see the difference between the Terminator - a film with actors playing pre-written parts with stunt doubles, special effects and multiple takes and this - a wrestler ad-libbing, berating an announcer, backing her into a corner and standing with his nuts in her face, in front of a live crowd, then you really need to learn fast.