Sean Waltman Addresses Chyna's Longtime Accusations Of Rape, Selling Sex Tape Unknowingly

Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Chyna has been making media rounds lately to promote a Kickstarter campaign to produce a film called the Reconstruction of Chyna. Throughout these media appearances (as well as any other time, historically), Chyna has made heinous claims against former boyfriend Sean "X-Pac" Waltman.

Chyna had long accused Waltman of selling their adult film tape without her knowledge. She'd also stated that she was under the influence of multiple substances during the filming, and didn't consent to having the video released.

Today, Waltman took exception to the rumor. As Chyna appeared on Opie Radio today and made the claims yet again, Waltman tweeted host Gregg Hughes (aka "Opie") and offered his side of the matters.

"I can't hear what's being said but someone told me what Joanie is saying concerning the tape," Waltman said on Twitter. "(Freddy Sherman) has the 100k cashed check for her advance from Redlight District and the contract signed by her. The lying needs to end. Focus on the future."

On the show she also said that Waltman had slipped her drugs in order to record the video, a statement in which Waltman denied.

"We both took quite a few pharmaceuticals that night.No one had to slip her anything.I'm not fond of falsely being accused of rape," he said. Waltman was later given the chance to defend himself on the show, something he publicly thanked the host for.

Chyna also hurled some accusations at Triple H, who sent us the following statement regarding her remarks: "The false statements and reckless allegations Joan Laurer (aka Chyna) continues to make about a physical dispute are a complete fabrication. As I've said in the past, while Joan has had significant struggles in life, this does not justify making such claims."

Chyna would go on to produce several adult films for Vivid Entertainment before quitting the business to move to Japan. She also had a brief run in TNA that resulted in only one match before the company decided against using her again.