Police officers do welfare check on Kevin Nash following suicide comments on podcast

Officers from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office made a welfare check on Kevin Nash after the WWE Hall of Famer said on his podcast earlier this week that “time flies when you got a gun in your mouth” as he keeps mourning the death of his son Tristen.

TMZ.COM reports that police officers reached out to Nash following his public statements.

“You have guns you can’t say those things,” his co-host Sean Oliver said. “I can do whatever the f*ck I wanna do, as long as I leave a note,” replied a visibly emotional Nash, who seconds earlier said it was the 12th week that he lost his son.

The Volusia County Sheriff told TMZ that Nash informed them that he doesn’t plan on committing suicide and told them he’s fine when they visited him in person.

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