John Cena Posts Photo In Relation To Being Sued By Ford

Gladys Abbott
December 4, 2017

The problem is, Ford has a clause in its purchase contract that states an owner can't sell the GT for two years after buying it, so the Detroit company filed a lawsuit yesterday against Cena in the U.S. District Court in MI for breach of contract, fraudulent misrepresentation, and unjust enrichment. The suit claims Cena flipped the vehicle for a profit shortly after he got it and well before the required two years that he was obligated to keep it.

Ford selected who could buy the 647-horsepower auto out of thousands of applicants, based on if they were past Ford buyers (Cena owns a 2006 Ford GT) or influencers (Cena is certainly a big star).

Not just anyone can buy the 647-horsepower supercar: Ford implemented a rigorous vetting process that included previous GT ownership, activity on social media, and signing a legal document stating they wouldn't selling it for 24 months.

Watch Cena drive a 2017 Ford GT through Tampa, the video below.

However, Ford claims, soon after receiving the vehicle, Cena flipped it for a big profit.

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"I completely understand and as stated am willing to work with Ford to make it right".

Cena took delivery of the vehicle on September 23, 2017, yet Ford learned that he sold it on October 20, 2017-less than a month after he got it. Cena confirmed to Ford that he had sold it in a phone conversation with a company representative shortly afterwards.

Ford wants Cena to turn over all the profit from the sale and pay for other damages as well.

Ford Motor Company thinks John Cena couldn't see the terms of his contract.

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