Perry Saturn has disclosed that he is no longer doing drugs, is no longer homeless, and is coping with CTE-related issues.
In addition to working on his music, Perry also works on raising money for a brain research foundation called the Chris Perry Foundation. So far, he has raised over $1 million which will be used for research and education about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
For more information on how you can help support Perry's efforts, please visit www.chrisperryfoundation.org.
Perry released his first album at the age of 24. It was titled "Planet Perry" and featured songs written between 1990 and 1991. The album was self-released by the singer himself. He has not done any public appearances or given any interviews since then. We don't know if he is alive or not. Maybe he died alone in a hotel room with no one to mourn him. This story will probably never be known unless someone finds his body.
Saturn also acknowledged to being homeless when his wrestling career ended. Fortunately, he added, he was able to overcome his homelessness and is now living in Minnesota with his wife and her family. They have three children together.
Perry Saturn died on March 4, 2018 at the age of 46 after suffering from cancer for several years.
Perry, Saturn, and Moppy Perry Saturn was repackaged as someone who was in love with a mop after he defeated helpless jobber Mike Bell for real in a squash match on C-show Metal in 2001. The obvious conclusion was that this was a punishment for his behavior as well as an attempt to embarrass Saturn. But what really happened? And why mop over everything?
The story goes back to when Saturn was still working for World Wrestling Federation (WWF). He had just signed with them, and they wanted him to use a different style than what people were used to seeing from him. So they gave him some help from someone who knew more about wrestling - Greg Valentine, one of their trainers.
During this time, Perry's wife worked for WWF as a backstage assistant, so she saw something strange happen with her husband. One day, she went to the training room where Greg Valentine taught classes to new wrestlers. There, she saw her husband sitting in a chair, with a mop hanging off a hook behind him. She asked him what he was doing, and he told her that he was "mopping the floor with his boss."
Valentine told Perry that he should be using his talent to fight against opponents, not work under the ring. So, when Saturn started working for WCW, they decided to give him a character that would show the world that he could do more than just pin people.
Following a relapse and a break-up with Jessica, Justin suffered even more with his addiction in the fourth season. He was diagnosed with AIDS as a result of his drug usage and prostitution while homeless after falling at prom. His death shocked everyone who had gotten to know him during the show's run.
Justin first came into contact with Jessica when she hired him to dance at her party. She soon became his friend and helped him out of some tough situations. When she learned that he was going to drop out of high school, she convinced his principal to let him finish the year online. She also found him a job at a fast food restaurant.
After making some bad decisions with his life, Justin fell into homelessness. He used drugs to cope with his pain over losing Jessica and ended up spreading the disease around. After spending time in rehab, he decided to move forward with his life and signed up for some community college classes.
Unfortunately, nothing much has been revealed about where Justin's story went from there. It's possible that he got clean and managed to find a new job, but since we haven't seen him on the show lately, it's likely that he returned home to be with his family following his illness.
In the final episode of Season 4, it's revealed that Justin has died.