Matt Riddle Deletes Post Accusing JFK Airport Security of Assault

Matt Riddle had quite story to tell about his experience at JFK airport, and he wasn’t happy about it. He accused airport security of sexually assaulting him, but there is more to that story.

Ringside News exclusively reported that an officer on the scene at JFK Airport told us that Matt Riddle was “extremely intoxicated” during the incident. We also reported that Riddle tried to use his clout as a WWE Superstar to get preferential treatment after he made a scene.

Matt Riddle logged onto Instagram, and he dropped a pretty alarming post. He accused JFK Airport security of “sexually assaulting’ him and it was quite an explosive verion of events.

“Nothing like being sexually assaulted by an officer and harassed at the jfk airport, no means no and just because I’m nice doesn’t mean yes!!! A****** !!! Don’t know they’re Twitter or Instagram handles but I took pictures, normally I’m like whatever but today was really weird and uncomfortable and they made a point to make me feel small and useless. Definitely one of the most uncomfortable travel days I’ve ever had thanks NYC you’re so progressive and accepting!”



It appears that Matt Riddle had second thoughts about that post, but not before it could be recorded for all to see online. The Original Bro has now deleted his post with those accusations.

Matt Riddle did leave up a post on Instagram that said he was finally leaving JFK Airport. He doesn’t plan on coming back, either. We have not received any word on a ban on the Original Bro, so he might come back if he has to. After all, JFK Airport might be hard to avoid as a WWE Superstar.

We will have more information on this story as we receive updates. The official report should be available soon, and it might be expedited due to Matt Riddle’s status as a public figure.

What’s your take on Matt Riddle’s recent situation? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 10, 2023 10:18 am

Felix Upton

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