Armando Alejandro Montalvo was arrested on June 22nd and denied bail after getting caught trespassing on WWE property a multitude of times. He would also Facebook live stream his antics, and he even streamed his own court date where he hit on the prosecuting attorney and cut a promo on the judge. He’s out now and posting online again.
Montalvo started posting on Facebook at around 4:00 PM on Wednesday afternoon. He hasn’t said anything out of line, but the fact that he is out of incarceration is an interesting development.
Montalvo was jailed in Orange County. He missed a scheduled court date in November and another pre-trial was rescheduled for January 6th, 2021 with a trial date of January 9th, 2021. He also had a court-ordered Psychological Evaluation in February.
In court records obtained by Ringside News, we see his next court day is the 27th of this month. According to court records, he was given a $1,000 bond yesterday, and he was released today. Here are the terms of his release:
Defendant shall have no contact with victim or witnesses. Defendant shall not possess any weapons, firearms, or ammunition. Defendant shall not possess or use any controlled substance without a valid prescription. Defendant shall attend all scheduled psychological evaluations. Defendant shall reside at 3237 Hillmont Circle, Orlando, FL 32817. Defendant shall remain in contact with his attorney.
He wrote the judge a five-page long letter. Montalvo detailed his entire case in those pages, including the problems he had with his public defender whom he fired. He said his father was hospitalized after falling down at Walmart. He also claimed that he got sick in jail twice and lost 30 pounds. You can find those screenshots below.
Montalvo was denied bail following his June 22nd arrest. He was previously bailed out of jail on June 5th, but then he returned to the WWE Performance Center property where he was arrested. He streamed that entire incident on Facebook Live as well.
Hopefully, he will be able to stay out of trouble and off WWE property from now on.