TMZ are reporting that the former Razor Ramon was made to leave a T.G.I Friday’s bar in Atlanta Airport on Saturday night after allegedly hitting on the bartender and calling her a b****. The bartender’s father just so happened to be at the bar and then “trouble started brewing” – Hall apparently didn’t believe the guy was the bartender’s father and the manager asked him to leave. When Hall refused, someone called the police.
When officers turned up, they recognised Hall, shook his hand and calmed the situation. Scott then left the bar without further incident and no police report was filed.
A witness claimed Hall was drinking Coors Lights and Tequila shots, which is a shame as Hall has a long history of drug and alcohol abuse – which is gone into in great detail in ESPN’s 2011 E:60 documentary on him.
In 2013, Diamond Dallas Page invited Hall to his home/”accountability crip” to “rebuild his life from the ground up…physically, mentally, professionally, and spiritually” after X-Pac said he was concerned about his fellow Kliq member. At the time, DDP was helping Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts do the same – which is the subject of the brilliant Netflix documentary The Resurrection of Jake The Snake. The IndieGoGo page DDP set up to help pay for Hall’s hip replacement surgery and dental work raised almost $30,000 over its $80,000 target.
Up until this report, Hall appeared to be doing very well. Hopefully this was a rare lapse, and the people around him can help him through.
Hall has since tweeted:
“Thank you to everyone for your support and concern regarding my recent relapse. I’m back on track and doing well. #BadGuy #HallGood”
Send him a tweet to @SCOTTHALLNWO to give him some more support.