Marty Scurll is no longer with Ring of Honor.
ROH posted a brief statement on Monday announcing that "Marty Scurll and Ring of Honor have mutually decided to part ways."
ROH had announced in June 2020 that they were launching an investigation into accusations made against their contracted wrestlers during the #SpeakingOut movement. A woman alleged during the #SpeakingOut movement that while drunk, she was sexually assaulted by Scurll when she was 16 years old in 2015. Scurll responded by releasing a statement saying that a sexual encounter did happen, but it was consensual. Scurll also claimed that the encounter was legal, as the age of consent in the United Kingdom is 16.
In a second statement, Scurll said that "although I did not become aware of her age until after the encounter, the reality of the age disparity is not lost on me."
Scurll had been with ROH since 2016. In January of 2020, Scurll signed a new contract with ROH that also saw him join the promotion's booking team.
Scurll was removed from the ROH roster page in October, with Dave Meltzer reporting that Scurll didn't have a role with ROH at the time. Scurll hadn't wrestled for ROH following the promotion's return to television production in August and hadn't been involved in creative.