Former WWE star Marty Jannetty addresses his murder claim
Yesterday saw Marty Jannetty take to Facebook with a post that grabbed the attention for numerous reasons – and now, Marty has spoken to the Boston Wrestling YouTube channel to follow up on this post.
If you remember, Jannetty’s original post saw him claim that somebody tried to sexually assault him at the age of 13 after Marty had bought weed from the man. From there, Marty alluded to having killed the guy and dispatching of the body in the Chattahoochee River, while also suggesting this wasn’t the only person he’s killed, and throwing in homophobic and racist language in his post.
It was certainly an eye-raising diatribe from the one-time WWE Intercontinental Champion, and there was clearly a lot that needed to be addressed should this post be truthful – as shown by the Columbus Police Department saying that they will be following up on all of this.
In today’s Boston Wrestling interview, Jannetty backs up his initial post by stating that the man he was purchasing weed from lured him to his car before sexually assaulting him.
From there, Marty tried to get out of the car, was angrily forced down an alley by the man, the guy pulled down his trousers, Jannetty hit him with a brick, and then dispatched of his dead body in the aforementioned river.
As Jannetty says in the interview, the whole shocking situation of attempted rape and then killing somebody is something that several traumatised him. Now, it remains to see how the CPD deal with all of this.
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