A Scott Hall virtual meet and greet promoted by Dark Parlor Originals had to be cut short after Hall was in no position to be part of a live broadcast.
Several fans who participated and paid for this meet and greet noted on Twitter that Hall looked out of it and under the influence of something.
In a message on Facebook today, the owner of Dark Parlor Originals said that Hall is back home and doing fine but refused to go into details about what happened with him.
“His health and safety is top priority and I’m not going to share personal details or information, that is not my business to discuss,” he wrote, adding that after the live feed was cut, more items were signed for participants but not everything was done and refunds would be issued.
The owner admitted that they made decisions on the fly and while they learned a lot from the experience, looking back there are some decisions that he would have made differently.
“Before we went live, we were assured that Scott was ok and ready to go live. He wanted to interact with his fans and encouraged it. I trusted him and thought we made the right call, as soon we went live, he changed and acted differently,” the statement on Facebook read.
“He was not acting the way he was on camera, before the stream. If he acted the way he did on the live video, we would not have gone live in the first place. We ended the feed soon after and everything has been deleted. Our intention was never to put Scott in a bad spot or in a negative situation to make him look bad,” the statement continued.
Hall is no stranger to appearing on camera under the influence and despite repeated attempts to get him cleaned, it looks like the nWo original and WWE Hall of Famer fell off the wagon again.