Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Details on "X-Pac" Sean Waltman's Arrest, Waltman Speaks Out For The First Time Since Going Missing This Weekend, Maintains He Was Not Using Drugs In The Tomorrow Show Video


TMZ.com and WrestlingNews.co are reporting that former WWE star Sean Waltman, aka X-Pac, was arrested at a Los Angeles airport over the weekend, with TMZ adding he was arrested for attempting to get meth and marijuana through customs. Waltman was later released after being charged with a felony when he posted $35,000 bail.
 
According to PWInsider.com, Waltman was charged with five counts of possession of narcotics intended for sale on April 29th.
Waltman was already on a watch list with the United States Customs and Border Protection agency, and a K-9 officer tipped off other officers that there were narcotics in Waltman’s luggage, and that lead to the arrest.
After Waltman was stopped on the jetbridge and his bags were searched, he was taken to a secondary screening area where a search of his bags revealed 15 meth/amphetamines pills, 23 meth/amphetamines pills, 2 THC liquid cigarettes, 56 THC capsules and 3 Cannabis Chocolate Bars. The arrest report notes the narcotics were separated from Waltman’s bags and tested to confirm what they were.

After Waltman was arrested, it was discovered that he had two outstanding arrest warrants, one for DUI and another outstanding arrest warrant in Pennsylvania. It was determined that the amount of narcotics in Waltman’s possession exceeded the “amount any person can consume” in that time period. The officers then decided that the narcotics, plus the $736.10 Waltman was carrying were evidence of “narcotics sales.”


 
Waltman spoke out for the first time on “The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro” since going missing this weekend, and below are some quotes from Waltman:
When asked if he was using drugs:
“Nope. I wasn’t using anything. Even my closest friends, I understand if they doubt me. At least in the back of their minds. I get it.”
Who reached out to him after he went missing:
“Well one of the guys that reached out big time was Sam Roberts…And obviously my dearest friends. A lot of people I haven’t heard from in a long time. And they’re all people I really have a lot of love for… It’s the basic Triple H, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels.”



Credit: Nick Paglino @ wrestlezone.com

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