Former AWA, WWE (WWF), and WCW Star Marty Jannetty grabbed headlines across mainstream media yesterday morning when he posted an apparent murder confession on Facebook.
Jannetty claimed that when he was 13 years old, he made a homosexual man who worked at the Columbus, Georgia bowling alley “disappear” after he tried to sexually assault him and that police should have looked in the Chattahoochee river.
Yesterday afternoon, after news began to circulate of Marty Jannetty’s apparent murder confession, he did a shoot interview with Boston Wrestling MWF. Jannetty and Boston Wrestling MWF were set to debut a new weekly podcast called “Party With Marty” later this month. But instead released this episode where Jannetty addressed the story in complete detail, where he recalls killing a man when he was 13 years old.
Jannetty stated that when he was 13 years-old, he approached a clerk (whom Jannetty claimed was gay) at Victory Lanes in Columbus, Georgia to purchase marijuana. The two went to the man’s car, and this was when the man grabbed Jannetty’s privates and asked “what’s this?”
Jannetty then claims that the man dragged him by the hair and shirt behind the bowling alley and was going to rape him. Jannetty then said that “he was a big boy, maybe 6-foot-6.” It was then that Jannetty grabbed a brick that was on the ground and hit the man repeatedly in the head.
Jannetty also said that the man didn’t deserve to die, but that he did “deserve to get his ass beat.” Jannetty claimed that his intention was not to kill the man. “When I was beating him in the head with a brick I was only trying to beat his ass, I wasn’t trying to kill him.”
He then went on in detail to say that he threw the body in the Chattahoochee River, and that it was “the first time he made a body disappear.”
“Can you imagine dragging a guy who was just trying to f*ck you in the ass — can you imagine dragging him to the river and throwing him in and then you hear this guy’s missing? You know they do and you know more than that. That f*cking affected me bad, bro. I made my mind up that day. He didn’t even do it in the dark.”
Since Jannetty’s Facebook post yesterday morning, Columbus Police have since opened an investigation.
You can check out the entire interview where Marty Jannetty recalls killing a man at the age of 13 below.
We will keep you updated as this story continues to develop.
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