Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 2, 2013
Who Found Reid Flair & Made The 911 Call?, Drugs?

Who Found Reid Flair & Made The 911 Call?, Drugs?

Newsday reports that the police report for Reid Flair’s death notes makes reference to drugs. The site reports that the report lists the time of death as between 1:30 AM to 10:35 AM on Friday, with “drugs” as the only word listed under “incapacity type.”

A press release from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department notes that the cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner’s office. The report also notes that Ric Flair found Reid and called authorities for help, meaning that the 911 callr eleased was in fact the WWE Hall of Famer as we reported earlier. You guys need to remember that the man’s son is laying feet away from him dead. He’s obviously frantic during the call. It’s his worst nightmare.

The case has been assigned to a homicide detective as of today; foul play is not suspected. obtained and posted the 911 call that was placed after the caller found Reid Flair unresponsive in his hotel room last Friday. The caller tells the 911 operator that Reid was “out cold and purple.” TMZ is reporting that it was Ric Flair who placed the call, though past reports noted that it was hotel staff who found Reid and not Ric. The investigation into the death is still ongoing.

If you wish to hear it, you can check it out below. – Columbia, South Carolina |

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10 Responses to “Who Found Reid Flair & Made The 911 Call?, Drugs?”

  1. Get_Carter says:

    Whatever you think about Rick Flair, no parent should ever have to bury a child. This is just sad.

  2. Leg Drop Jobber says:

    I don't like the fact that 911 calls are released to the public on the internet. This is a family matter. Nothing is sacred anymore.

  3. KGill28 says:

    God bless Ric and his family.

  4. TFnatureboyfig4 says:

    "If you wish to hear it, you can check it out below." ?!

    How about "If you WISH to hear it, go to Hell!"

  5. TNArocks says:

    I'm sorry but this site has sunk to an all time low posting that 911 call. It is the worst in gutter journalism, something I'd expect from TMZ

  6. Roid Master says:

    I have no desire to listen to that call. The fact that it was posted on this site is very sad.

  7. Steven kelly says:

    Yeah some shit should stay private unless its in public interest like that douchebag of a nurse who wouldnt cpr a patient in her care COS IT WAS AGAINST POLICY erm wtf policy says u cant save a fucking life, but i digress that was a special case this call being aired was not in best taste or in any way journalism in the definition of the word

  8. Russell F'n Wilson says:

    I agree

  9. annil8or4321 says:

    i wasnt even going to click on this story because you could listen to it, but then here i am

  10. Real Deal Heel says:

    Wow…This is just sad. No parent/anyone should EVER have to have their 911 calls up for grabs on TV/or the Web when a loved one is dying/died. So immoral.

    To poster: What if that was your kid/wife? Jesus Christ… Frack TMZ and this site for posting this.

    RIP Reid Flair.

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