Former NFL star and Bodybuilding legend John Cenac is in a defamation suit against a blogger who wrote a derogatory article about him in response to his latest film “Spartacus,” TMZ has learned.
In the complaint filed on Tuesday, John Cenic’s lawyer, Daniel Bialer, accuses the blogger of using his name to “defame” Cenacs business, and to try to silence him from speaking publicly about it.
John Cenacus is currently promoting his latest bodybuilding film, “Sledgehammer,” on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival.
He was also featured in the Oscar-winning documentary “A Beautiful Mind” about the rise of American sports.
The lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of New York by Biale, alleges that the blogger, whose name is listed as John Cernac in the complaint, published a post on November 23 on a website called Bodybuilding.com that was “entirely unrelated” to the film and its subject matter.
The post included a link to the movie’s official website, which was the same one that Cenaccos own website displayed, and featured a list of “famous” people who were featured in a video promoting the film.
The blog post had nothing to do with the film or its subject.
It was a reaction to the publicity surrounding the film, which stars John Cavanaugh, John Cena, and a number of other actors.
Cena is known for his bodybuilding career.
He recently starred in the new film “A Perfect Man,” which was directed by his former “Saturday Night Live” partner Tina Fey.
John Cena is known as one of the most recognizable figures in the world of sports, but his body is a far cry from that of a bodybuilder.
He once weighed as much as 574 pounds and has also gained a large following for his wrestling style.
Cenac recently revealed that he is battling the disease cystic fibrosis.
He is now a father to a son who is now 14 years old.
JohnCena, whose real name is John Cennas, is a former NFL player and former pro wrestler.
He made his debut as a pro wrestler at the age of 14, and was a three-time world heavyweight champion.
He won three championships with the Cincinnati Bengals, the last of which was in 2008.
John’s bodybuilding accomplishments include winning the 1984 Mr. Olympia title, which is the most-watched heavyweight wrestling title in the United States.
He also won the 1996 Mr. World title, and his first professional championship in 1998.
John is currently one of two bodybuilders in the WWE, alongside former UFC heavyweight champion and current WWE Superstar CM Punk.
Johns bodybuilding success is a significant part of his image, and he has been featured in numerous movies including “The Expendables 3” and “The Matrix Reloaded.”