Fan Obsessed with Wrestler A.J. Lee Shot by Cops during WWE Event
September 1, 2015 - WWE
A male who cops pronounced was “fixated” with womanlike WWE wrestler A.J. Lee was shot in Florida after allegedly charging cops with a blade outward a WWE Performance Center, according to police, WFTV reports.
Armando Montalvo, 29, of Orlando, was taken to a sanatorium and underwent medicine for what Sheriff Jerry Demings pronounced were “life-threatening” injuries, CNN reports.
Montalvo was allegedly outward a trickery Monday night notwithstanding a fact that Lee, Pro-Wrestling Illustrated’s Woman of a Year, was not even performing. Deming pronounced that dual plainclothes cops responded to a call from trickery staff that a male was causing “a commotion,” and “had some form of knife.”
The officers drew their weapons on arriving, Deming said, during that indicate Montalvo allegedly charged.
“He’s using backyards perplexing to emanate stretch between he and a eventually a theme closes within only a few feet and he fires one shot during that time,” Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings pronounced in a press conference.
Both Corporal Steve Wahl and Deputy Dave Richardson were concerned in a fight with Montalvo and have been placed on executive leave. It was misleading as of press time who dismissed a gunshot.
According to Demings, Montalvo had caused problems during a trickery in a past, causing officials there to sinecure off-duty deputies for additional security.
The WWE formerly filed an claim to keep Montalvo off a skill after he allegedly vandalized a building with feces and urine, WFTV reports.
The rumpus on Monday was a third occurrence between cops and Montalvo this month, Demings said. On Aug. 4, he was arrested for tresspassing.
A male who works subsequent doorway to a WWE trickery pronounced that Montalvo had threatened people during a trickery dual weeks ago, WFTV reports.
“The crazy man came in and was overhanging a sequence adult in a atmosphere and apparently he came behind [Monday] and got shot,” Luis Rivera told a station.
Elvis Kalicharan, whose famous Montalvo for 15 years, told WFTV, “He’s only a small kid, like mentally. He’s only a small kid, and he loves wrestling.”
He added, “We didn’t consider it was going to finish adult like this.”
The WWE expelled a statement, saying, “Unfortunately a demented particular with no WWE affiliation, who had a justice sequence prohibiting him from being on WWE property, was concerned in an occurrence with an Orange County Sheriff’s emissary in a parking lot of a WWE Performance Center.”
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