John Cena Is Being Sued By Ford After Reselling A Custom Car

Granted, you may not live on the Bella Twins’ YouTube channel like the With Spandex editorial staff, so you may not know this, but on top of everything else John Cena does — starring in movies, learning Pixies songs on the piano, eradicating polio, potentially inspiring a monument to be erected — he also has a webseries called John Cena: Auto Geek where he test-drives some seriously impressive pieces of machinery. But it looks like the subject of one of his recent episodes has landed him in a bit of hot water.

Above, you can watch Cena driving a 2017 Ford GT — a rare supercar with a sticker price of more than $450,000 — through the mean streets of Tampa, Florida. Apparently, via the terms of Ford’s GT buyer’s agreement, Cena was under obligation to own the vehicle for a minimum of two years, but a new lawsuit filed in Michigan’s U.S. District Court by the automaker alleges the 16-time WWE champion flipped the car for a hefty profit shortly after filming.

You can read the full text of the lawsuit below, via ABC Detroit:

The whole lawsuit is worth a read, mainly because you find out stuff like “John Cena filled out an online application to get a GT” — like, dude is capital-F famous, and he still had to go through the same hoops as your average multi-millionaire who doesn’t have their own neon green T-shirt. No handouts for you, Johnny!

What’s really crazy, though, is how fast this all happened. According to court documents, Cena got the GT delivered on September 23, 2017, and by October 20 — not even a month later! — he had already sold it. Ford called him to notify him he was in violation of the buyer agreement, to which he responded, in the most John Cena-ass way possible:

“I completely understand and as stated am willing to work with you and Ford to make it right. My sincerest apologies.”

Thus far, that’s been Cena’s only comment on the matter, as he has not yet publicly responded to the lawsuit, nor has he made things right with Ford, so says the automaker, who are seeking damages “in excess of $75,000.”

It certainly sounds like a sticky situation for Mr. U Can’t C Me, who sounds like he has burned a bridge with Ford that may be irreparable. But at least we’ll always have WrestleMania 23: