Shane McMahon has reportedly invested in a company that produces pre-fabricated modules for growing pot, according to New York Daily News which has obtained court papers which show McMahon set aside $500,000 for a large stake in the Connecticut-based firm EnviroGrow, which sells the modules in states where the drug is legal for medical or recreational use.
The investment came to light when Shane McMahon revealed his interest in EnviroGrow in a lawsuit filed in a Connecticut court last year in which he accused the company’s owner of duping him about the state of the company and requested his investment back.
The story is being picked up by a number of big media outlets given the fact Trump's administration, which his Linda McMahon his mother serves in as Small Business Administrator is largely opposed to legalized pot.
A spokeswoman for the SBA did not respond to requests for comment about Linda McMahon’s view of her son’s investment or the legalization of marijuana in general.
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