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Performance Center stalker interacted with Lacey Evans and Dana Brooke during WWE Raw taping

There was another situation involving Armando Alejandro Montalvo, who is known as the WWE stalker, at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL.

He caused a scene with WWE stars Lacey Evans and Dana Brooke on Monday where local police had to show up to deal with Montalvo. The WWE talent and the man had an exchange of words after he asked for a huge and make his debut on Raw. Brooke and Evans teased him for this.

At one point, the WWE stars told him to make a decision because they were busy. Once police arrived, the man asked if they would be taking him to jail for this opportunity.

Montalvo was suspicious that he was being set up or trapped. He got angry as a result. Montalvo continued yelling back and forth with the wrestlers. Police tried to tell him to use common sense, but he continued to yell at the wrestlers.

Fortunately, Montalvo decided to leave. You can see the video here:

Montalvo has been doing this for years. Most notably, he was arrested and shot by police outside of the WWE Performance Center in 2015.

He was showing up continuously starting in August of 2015. The man has been incarcerated and spent time at a state hospital due to his mental health issues that led to legal troubles.

Back in 2018, WWE filed a restraining order against him after he cryptically threatened wrestlers and staff on social media.

There have been several injunctions from WWE and criminal charges from the county against him. As recently as June 1st, it was reported that WWE alleges that Montalvo has continued to harass them and violate the injunction.

The two sides are set to be back in court soon.






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