X-Pac Gives More Details On His Arrest: "They Were Waiting On Me"

X-Pac says he volunteered his marijuana to police and spent several hours detained at the airport. 

Sean Waltman (also known as X-Pac) spoke about his recent arrest on his podcast X-Pac 1,2,360. Over the past weekend, he was arrested at Los Angeles International airport on his way to London, England for a wrestling appearance. On his podcast, Waltman would provide more details to characterize his experience. 

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"I got the distinct feeling they were waiting on me," said Waltman "I go down the jet way, they pull me in and ask me if I have anything. Immediately I say I have this (medical marijuana products) and I showed them what I had and I pulled out my medical marijuana card. This one guy comes out that was obviously running the show, and he wasn't having any of that," he continued. 

The person Waltman said seemed to be in charge comes up later in his story. Waltman said he heard the person saying "we have to make this look good" meaning the evidence against him. And Waltman claims the guy "jumped up and down" when he was arrested. 

Waltman was charged with possession of methamphetamine because of some capsules the police found. The capsules are a supplement for yeast infections according to Waltman. He said it is something he's been taking for months. Waltman claimed he heard nothing about being suspected of methamphetamine possession until he was taken by Los Angeles police. He said he was in the "customs area" for hours before he was taken into custody. 

"It was a little after 7:00pm when I went to board and by the time I got into jail, 77th street South Central is where I ended up, it was 5:00 in the morning," said Waltman

He also said he expects no apology when the events are over and he has already forgiven everyone including the "head honcho" who wanted him arrested. 

The rest of the podcast can be found on YouTube or AfterBuzzTV.com.

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