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Kid Kash, Former WWE Star, Arrested on Identity Theft Charges

The Doctor Chris MuellerFeatured ColumnistDecember 23, 2009

According to multiple wrestling sites, former WCW, TNA, ECW, and WWE star Kid Kash was arrested Tuesday on multiple felony charges.  Here is the original post from the article.

Johnson City Press in Johnson City, Tenn., reports that David Cash, 40, formerly known as Kid Kash in ECW, TNA and WWE, was arrested Tuesday.

Cash was charged with four counts of identity theft, two counts of forgery under $500, and four counts of property theft under $500.

Cash’s arrest came as a result of an investigation into the unauthorized use of a woman’s credit card at a local business.

Cash was taken to the Washington County Detention Center, where he is being held on a $46,000 bond, pending a sessions court hearing Jan. 4.

Personally, this comes as a shock to me, as I have always been a Kid Kash fan.  He was a very talented in-ring performer and never quite received the push he deserved.

Kash was a top member of WWE's cruiserweight division before parting ways with the WWE.

He then pursued an MMA career, but lost his first match against Bryan on Brown in March 2008.  Since then, Kash has been gone from the wrestling world and now it appears he has fallen on tough times and has allegedly resorted to criminal activities.

Kash has been quoted as saying the credit card he was caught with belonged to a female friend who let him use it.  Authorities obviously don't believe his story, as he is still being held.

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