Ryan Garcia Arrested for Felony Vandalism at Beverly Hills Hotel

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Ryan Garcia Arrested at Beverly Hills Hotel

Ryan Garcia Arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills. According to authorities, the boxer allegedly damaged a hotel room on Saturday.

Garcia Arrested After Report of Intoxicated Individual: Beverly Hills Police Lieutenant Andrew Myers reported that officers were called to the hotel at approximately 5:15 p.m. following a report of an "intoxicated individual," later identified as Ryan Garcia.

Ryan Garcia Arrested for Damaging Hotel Room and Hallway

Beverly Hills Police Lieutenant Andrew Myers stated that Ryan Garcia, a registered guest at the Waldorf Astoria, was found to have caused damage to both a guest room and the hotel hallway.

"The hotel management requested Garcia's arrest for the property damage," Myers said in a statement.

Garcia Arrested and Transported to Hospital

Ryan Garcia was subsequently arrested and transported to a hospital, though Myers did not specify if Garcia sustained any injuries during the incident.

Source: Twitter/ESPN

Amidst Personal Struggles

Garcia's attorney, Darin Chavez, explained that the boxer has been facing an "extraordinarily challenging time" after receiving devastating news regarding his mother's health.

"Ryan Garcia has been vocal about his struggles with mental health, and right now he is under immense emotional stress," Chavez said. "The support and understanding from his fans and the public are vital as he works through these personal difficulties.

We are committed to ensuring Ryan receives the necessary resources to help him through this period."

Following Controversial Boxing Match

Ryan Garcia, with a record of 25 wins and 1 loss, gained significant attention in April by defeating the previously unbeaten WBC super lightweight champion, Devin Haney, in Brooklyn.

Despite being a major upset, the win was controversial because Ryan Garcia exceeded the 140-pound weight limit, preventing the WBC junior welterweight title from changing hands. Further complications arose as Ryan Garcia tested positive for a banned substance following the fight.

Ryan Garcia Arrested After Exhibiting Erratic Behavior

Leading up to and following the bout, Ryan Garcia exhibited erratic behavior and posted unusual content on social media. This concerning pattern persisted on Saturday.

Mere hours before his arrest, he posted on social media about individuals defending "pedos" (short for pedophiles) and expressed frustration over not receiving payment for the Haney fight.

In his final post at approximately 3 p.m. on Saturday, Ryan Garcia expressed disdain, stating that everyone is attempting to conceal their misdeeds. The following morning, he shared that he was currently at the hospital and requested prayers from his supporters.

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