More Details On The Suspect In WWE Performance Center Shooting

via pwmania.com

Yesterday afternoon a man was shot, and seriously injured, by police outside of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. Following the incident, WWE COO Triple H released the following statement:

"Unfortunately a deranged individual with no WWE affiliation, who had a court order prohibiting him from being on WWE property was involved in an incident with an Orange County Sherriff’s deputy in the parking lot of the WWE Performance Center. We defer to the Orange County Sherriff’s department for further comment and information."

Today, that "individual" has been identified as 29-year-old Armando Alejandro Montalvo and PWInsider reported that Montalvo was obsessed with one of the female performers working at the center.

Also, TMZ has obtained documents from the wrestling organization that provide more details, explaining that they got a restraining order against Montalvo earlier last month after a string of violent run-ins at the PC.

The WWE is also saying that earlier this summer Montalvo spread his feces and urine on the building. He even posted video of himself mixing the human waste and milk in a bucket.

Montalvo allegedly showed up - on multiple occasions - in a wrestling outfit, banging on windows, and threatened violence because they wouldn't hire him. One of those times led to him being subdued by police at gunpoint because he was swinging a large chain.

And just 5 days ago, Montalvo posted a video of himself outside the building saying he was going to go ask for a job. "What's the worst they can say is no?" he said.

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