Justin Credible hasn't had the easiest go of things lately, but it appears he's getting some help.
After posting an update on a legal situation earlier this week, WWE and others reached out to Credible, real name Peter Polaco in an effort to aid him in battling alcohol addiction. The ECW great posted an update the next day.
"Well I guess I insulted a few people of my community for the truth that I told yesterday. As you can see, I'm at the Bradley International Airport, going to get help in Tampa, Florida for alcohol abuse. I'm a recovering addict but I don't do drugs but alcohol is the worst drug in the world. But the last post got me heat from many, many places," said Credible. "So I'm posting another and I'm going to keep posting these motherf-ckers until I get sick and tired of doing it. Until they take my phone away. A lot of hypocrisy, a lot of bullsh-t and nobody wants to help. I thank Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, Hunter, Scott Hall, Dallas Page, Jake Roberts. Thank you for helping me and I'm just waiting for my Uber to get to a room to get out of here tomorrow morning. Just want you to know that this is bullsh-t. A lot of what you hear ain't right."
Credible's longtime friend and former X-Factor partner Sean Waltman had reached out to help him as well. Waltman appeared on "The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro" and discussed the unfortunate situation.
"We got him [Justin Credible] in a hotel at least, and somebody's gonna pick him up and bring him to rehab. I just saw these crazy posts on Twitter and I'm just like, 'hey, call me. I love you and I'll answer it.'.I'm happy to do it. I'm happy to, that's a real touch and go time when somebody's in a situation like that. He's in a situation where he feels like nobody's really wanting to help, and nobody gives a f--k, and I'm trying to explain to him why that might be... you know, when somebody's all f--ked up like that. And they're at the moment f--ked up, they're hating themselves. And some of the stuff, some of the things he talked to me about... I would never share with anyone. It was pretty heavy s--t. I just wanted to get him on the phone, and talk to him, have a connection, even though it's over the phone, just to have that connection at the moment with somebody, is huge."
Waltman also noted that Billy Corgan reached out to help Credible, as well.
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