New Trial Date Set For WWE Performance Center Trespasser


We have received word that a new trial date has been set for the man arrested for trespassing at the WWE Performance Center in June, which was just his latest example of doing so. A pre-trial hearing in the case was held on Wednesday.

Armando Alejandro Montalvo, who has constantly appeared at the facility despite court orders not to and was infamously shot outside the PC in 2015, did not appear at the hearing.

The judge in the case had ordered Montalvo to appear in court for all pre-trial hearings. Due to this, the pre-trial date was rescheduled for January 6th, 2021 with the trial starting three days later on January 9th.

Montalvo was arrested on June 5th outside of a Walmart and charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting an officer with violence and trespassing on property after a warning. After posting a $2,750 bond, he continued to harass talent at the PC including getting into an argument on June 15th with Lacey Evans and Dana Brooke.

Montalvo was once again arrested on June 22nd and charged with trespassing on the property after a warning. Bail on that arrest was denied as he was already out on bond at the time.

WWE has filed for a permanent injunction against Montalvo, and Montalvo sent a letter from jail to WWE’s lawyer Elisa D’Amico on August 3rd despite being ordered to have no contact.

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