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2 Cold Scorpio Arrested After Stabbing Incident (Details)

Old School WWF/WCW/ECW Veteran 2 Cold Scorpio, known outside the ring as Charles Scaggs, was arrested on June 15 after a violent altercation at a gas station in Kansas City, Missouri.

The incident, which occurred at around 3:40 AM at a Love’s Travel Stop, involved Scaggs allegedly stabbing a man during a confrontation.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ Sports, Scaggs, who was working as a security guard at the store, approached the man for allegedly lighting a cigarette inside the establishment. The man, however, claims he believed his cigarette was fully extinguished before entering the store.

Scaggs reported to authorities that he informed the man smoking inside was not allowed, which reportedly led to the man becoming agitated and threatening him by saying, “F**k you. The f**k you gonna do?”.

The situation escalated, and as the two moved outside, the man allegedly attempted to grapple with Scaggs.

In response, Scaggs stated he drew a knife from his pocket and stabbed the man in self-defense. The altercation continued, resulting in multiple stab wounds to the victim. When police arrived, they found the man lying on the ground, bleeding from his head, chest, buttocks, legs, and abdomen. He was transported to a local hospital, where he was reportedly going in and out of consciousness.

Investigators later spoke to the victim at the hospital, where he claimed that Scaggs was the aggressor. As a result, Scaggs was arrested and charged with two felonies: first-degree assault and armed criminal action.

Below is his mugshot:

2 Cold Scorpio Flash Funk Charles Scaggs Arrested Stabbing Incident Mugshot Mug Shot June 2024

After posting bail, Scaggs pleaded not guilty to the charges and is scheduled to appear in court next month.

2 Cold Scorpio, who debuted in professional wrestling in 1985, has competed for several promotions, including the World Wrestling Federation (later known as WWE). He gained fame wrestling as 2 Cold Scorpio and also under the stage name “Flash Funk,” and held multiple championship titles during his career.

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