Grand jury indicts former WWE champ Alberto Del Rio on one count of aggravated kidnapping and four counts of sexual assault.
Del Rio, whose real name is Jose Alberto Rodriguez Chucuan, is alleged to have kidnapped his ex-girlfriend after an argument.
According to court documents, investigators said Alberto accused his ex-girlfriend of infidelity.
But the woman denied that she was cheating on him, which angered Del Rio. He then struck her multiple times.
Del Rio then told her to put on a dress and dance for him. But she refused.
He then warned her that he'd take her son and 'drop him off in the middle of the road.'
Meanwhile, he tied her hands with boxing straps and stuck a sock in her mouth. He then sexually assaulted her for several hours, using various objects.
According to investigators, he also punched her in the back during the assault, causing visible injuries.
The woman also told police that Del Rio smashed her phone and laptop and attempted to burn her passport.
Del Rio is now facing four counts of sexual assault and one count of aggravated kidnapping.
If convicted, all 5 counts carry serious penalties.
Felony aggravated assault could carry five years behind bars, while sexual assault charges have a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
So, a conviction could put Del Rio in jail for a long time.
Commenting on the case, The Bexar County District Attorney's office said:
[Del Rio] is charged in a multi-count indictment.
Because these cases are pending trial, we can make no further comment on them.
The 43-year-old Del Rio is famous for his WWE stints from 2010 to 2014 and 2015 to 2016.
During his time in the game, he was a two-time WWE champion, two-time world heavyweight champion, and two-time United States champion.
He also won the 2011 Royal Rumble and claimed the Raw Money In The Bank briefcase the same year.
Del Rio was born into a famous wrestling family in Mexico.
His father is well-known luchador Dos Caras, and his uncle is arguably the most famous Mexican wrestler of all time, Mil Mascaras.
Before making his way to the United States and signing with WWE, Del Rio wrestled in Mexico as Dos Caras Jr.
Del Rio also has extensive experience in martial arts and owns a career professional record of 9-6.
After going nine years without a fight, he fought former UFC star Tito Ortiz at Combate Americas 51 in December 2019.
However, he lost by first-round submission.