Sean "X-Pac" Waltman Says Pills He Was Busted With Were Yeast Infection Supplements Turned Into Meth By Fairy


Another day, another amazing development in the saga of former WWE superstar Sean "X-Pac" Waltman, who was discovered to have been busted at LAX airport with what authorities called marijuana and meth after failing to show up at an IPW pro wrestling event in the UK. Waltman appeared on The Tomorrow Show to let people know that he hadn't relapsed, and that he would tell his story on his podcast on Wednesday.

However, Waltman spoke with TMZ last night instead, and he told that story early. "What they say was methamphetamine was actually… I've had a yeast infection, believe it or not, for the better part of a year, and I had some candida cleanse capsules that I got from Vitamin World, and apparently the meth fairy came and turned them into crystal meth. That's the story, man."

"Like, with my past, I can totally understand anybody rolling their eyes at my story," X-Pac continued, "but once the lab work comes back from the, uh, you know, this should be all cleared up. But in the meantime, oh, what a mess."

Asked why the cops said it was meth and whether they did a test on the pills, X-Pac answered, "That was the only way they were gonna anybody to take me, or else they had to let me go, and they were not… well, this one guy was not gonna have that. Wasn't gonna have it. Now, whether they really think that was a meth-like substance in there, or you know, whether they were just trying to stick it to me, who knows."

Asked if there was any chance that there was methamphetamine in the capsules, X-Pac replied, "Only if they put it in there."

"I was one of the worst meth-heads ever," X-Pac explained, "So here's the thing, if I was back doing that, there's no way I could have the life I have right now. My life is amazing. This is just a hiccup in the road, because I'm still clean. I mean, besides the cannibis. I'm clean. I don't drink. I don't do any drugs."

"I eat," he continued. "My diet is probably better than just about anybody's. And my attitude is great. I sat in solitary confinement with a smile on my face, not because I was having fun, but because I knew, like, okay, I'm not messed up. The truth will come out, and, you know, this sucks at the moment, but, hey, what am I gonna do about it?"

"Absolutely not," X-Pac insisted when asked if there was any intent to sell drugs overseas. "None whatsoever. I'm pretty sure most people at least believe that."

Despite giving all the best parts of the story away to TMZ, X-Pac said that people should "Tune into my show tomorrow, X-Pac 1,2,360 on Afterbuzz TV, and we're gonna go into further detail. Yeah, we'll definitely be tuning into that.

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