By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
X-Pac, a legendary WWE superstar, was reported missing by a United Kingdom promotion over the weekend. According to TMZ, he was arrested at LAX over the weekend.
He attempted to carry meth and marijuana through TSA, TMZ learned. The 44-year-old thought he could get away with taking the drugs through customs.
Sean Waltman, his real name, was arrested on the spot. He was then transported to a local jail in Los Angeles, where he was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
During the booking process, the law enforcement authorities realized he also had an outstanding warrant. This was stemming from a previous DUI arrest.
Waltman had his bail set at $35,000. He has since posted bond and been released.
This is not the first-time that Waltman has struggled with drugs. He has been arrested for having drug possessions on him multiple times.
He even told fellow WWE legend “Stone Cold” Steve Austin that things were “really bad” when he moved to Los Angeles with crystal meth. Waltman is a former boyfriend to Chyna, who died from drugs and alcohol.
It appears that his last known arrest was on Dec. 21, 2011 at 1:02 pm when he turned himself in to the St. Petersburg, Florida authorities. He had two outstanding charges of possession of a controlled substance (hydrocodone) and an additional charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
At the time, he was not jailed, but posted a $2,150 bond.
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