Marty Jannetty Claims His Murder "Confession" Was A Wrestling Storyline
He recently said he "made a man disappear" when he was 13...
Back in early August, Marty Jannetty wrote on Facebook that he "made a man disappear" and dumped the body in the Chattahoochee River when he was 13-years-old. The former WWE wrestler later provided additional details and said he beat a man over the head with a brick after they attempted to rape him.
The news quickly garnered worldwide attention and the Columbus, Georgia Police Department are investigating Jannetty's claims.
The former Rocker has now claimed on Facebook that he didn't make anyone disappear and his recent posts were "just the beginning of a damn wrestling storyline." The pay-off would have seen him go one on one with a man named Darren Kelly who was a former corrections officer. If Jannetty lost, he would have been taken to jail.
Jannetty also claimed there was some truth to the original story.
He wrote: "PS- there is some truth in the original story, that's how you add on and it seems all true..I was 13 buying weed from a gay man(and btw, I loves all my gay people, I just don't float my boat on that side of the river, loves y'all tho') in his car in front of the bowling alley we both worked at..and because a couple other of my teen friends went for the hustle(he'd pay them $40 to bj them) he might have assumed I would to, so in other words, the bag of weed for free..he subtly reach over and touched me down there.."and I said, "nah nah, let's get back to work" we got out and went back to work..and remained friends..he never touch my d**k & balls again..so we was good."
Despite Jannetty's new claims, the Columbus, Georgia Police Department told TMZ the case is "still open for investigation."