WWE Legend X-Pac Arrested for Meth Possession

Wrestler also had marijuana in his possession, police say

WWE legend X-Pac found himself wrestling with the law over the weekend, leading an arrest for possession of methamphetamine.

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department said that the 44-year-old grappler — real name: Sean Waltman — was taken into custody by customs at Los Angeles International Airport. Police were called in for support, and he was booked into custody for possession of methamphetamine.

Waltman, who was formerly engaged to since-deceased wrestler Chyna, also allegedly had marijuana in his possession.

In addition to the alleged drug possession, Waltman also had an arrest warrant out for DUI, the LAPD spokesman told TheWrap.

According to Wrestling Inc., Waltman was en route to a wrestling event in the UK, which he was unable to attend after missing his flight.

Waltman tweeted Monday night that he “had a crazy weekend,” but said he was still “mentally strong” and “healthy.”

“I’ve had a crazy weekend. I’ll get into it on the show Wednesday. Way too much to tweet about,” Waltman wrote. “Still mentally strong & healthy. No relapse.”

Waltman’s previous difficulties with the law include a reported December 2011 arrest in Florida for possession of hydrocodone, hydromorphone and drug paraphernalia.