Ric Flair’s 911 call to report his unresponsive son released
TMZ has released the chilling audio of Ric Flair after he dialed 911 to report that his son was “out cold” inside the Residence Inn Southpark in Charlotte, last week.
The two-time WWE Hall of Famer was the one who found his son laying dead in his hotel room and frantically called 911 for help.
“He’s out cold, he’s out cold, and he’s purple, please!” Flair said as the 911 operator transferred him to a medic for assistance.
Flair got frustrated after the medic asked for his address, with Flair repeatedly saying he doesn’t know what the address is and kept asking the medic, “What are you waiting for?”
Meanwhile, Newsday got their hands on the police report which was compiled by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s South Division and lists that Flair was pronounced dead at the scene by a medic at 10:40AM.
The time of incident was very vague and had a time frame between 1:30AM to 10:35AM when Ric logged in the 911 call. Under the category “incapacity types” for Flair, “drugs” is the only word noted.
You can listen to the 911 call below.