Kenn Doane has apologized for implicating Lisa Marie Varon (currently known as Tara in TNA Wrestling and formerly known as Victoria in WWE) as being involved in an extramarital affair with John Cena years ago in WWE.
He tweeted Wednesday without denial, "Never wanted Lisa to be involved obviously I was wrong 4 hinting towards her since she is the sweetest person ever. So for that im sorry."
Varon addressed Doane's allegations in an interview with the Observer, where she claimed to have dated Cena in 2002 for one month when he was single and she was separated from her husband. Varon also stated that she was never Cena's 'road girlfriend' as Doane alleged. Contrary to Varon's claim that Cena was single when they dated, Raymond Rafool, attorney for Cena's estranged wife Liz Huberdeau, said her client and Cena were together since they were in high school fourteen years ago.
Rafool told The Miami Herald regarding Cena's decision in May to file for divorce from Huberdeau, "Although it is indeed unfortunate that John Cena decided to divorce his high school sweetheart Liz Cena; particularly, after they have come so far in their lives and in his career together, Liz will and really has no choice but to pursue all of her rights and entitlements. Although Mr. Cena pushes a prenuptial agreement and that the parties have only been married for approximately 3 years, Liz Cena has always supported John Cena, even when no one else did, and stood behind him and pushed him forward to achieve their goals for the last 14 years. Sadly, divorce is not the way Liz thought her perfect love story would end."
Furthermore, Doane was not affiliated with WWE in 2002 when Cena and Varon's relationship allegedly occurred; he was still attending high school. He signed a developmental contract with the organization in 2004 and did not join the main roster until 2006.