Shad Gaspard, former WWE employee, is missing in California

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Former WWE Superstar Shad Gaspard has been missing since Sunday. He went missing in Venice Beach, California.

He got caught up in a rip current that took him, his 10-year-old son, and other swimmers. Lifeguards were able to rescue his son, along with the additional swimmers.

Wave (Photo by Pixabay)

However, the 39-year-old has was not seen again after a big wave hit him.

Gaspard was in the water around 7 pm EST when he went missing. TMZ is reporting through a Los Angeles Fire Department source that he “did submerge.”

Divers, first responders, and the authorities have been searching the area since he went missing. However, at this time, his body has not been discovered.

Gaspard was at the beach with his wife and his son. He was previously an employee with the WWE where he competed from 2006 through 2010 as a member of Cryme Time with JTG.

Since leaving the squared circle, he has been involved in numerous other projects, including movies, TV, and video games.

He has appeared in Think Like a Man Too, Get Hard, The Game, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.

Gaspard was also the co-creator of Assassin & Son, a graphic novel.

Four years ago, when he was in Florida, he stopped an armed robbery in Coral Springs, Florida. He was reportedly approached by an intoxicated man, who attempted to rob the clerk at the gas station.

Gaspard allegedly shoved the man, who then dropped his gun. He was able to restrain the individual until the authorities arrived to arrest him.

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