Ryan Garcia claims people have tried to jail him and has lost access to money and phone after worrying activity

Ryan Garcia posted an emotional video on social media to address his whereabouts amid concerns over his well-being.

The 25-year-old is due to fight Devin Haney on April 20 in their blockbuster showdown.


Concerns have been raised over Garcia following worrying activityCredit: Getty

However, his social media activity has sparked concerns from fans, first when he suggested he was high in an interview.

Garcia then seemed to indicate that he was under some sort of attack, although his dad said it was just him ‘trolling.’

Taking to X, he has now posted a video to explain his situation: “Hey guys, it’s me, Ryan. Coming on here to explain what’s going on.

“I’m not in possession of my phone, I can’t get access to my Instagram, my cards are locked and I’m just being really taken advantage [of].

“I would personally just want to send out a video to the people that love me and my fans, my family that’s concerned that I’m okay. I’m not dead, I believe in Jesus, all those [rumours] are lies.

“They’ve tried to put me in jail, they’re blocking my cards, I can’t access my money. Nobody is hitting me back, I don’t know what’s going on but just know I’m okay.”

Eddie Hearn admitted his worry over Garcia, with his ex-wife Drea Celina also posting a concerned message on social media.

Haney expressed doubts over the upcoming fight with Haney, but these seem to have been relieved by another message from his opponent.

In a video, Garcia claimed he has lost access to his Instagram and money


In a video, Garcia claimed he has lost access to his Instagram and moneyCredit: @RyanGarcia X

“Believe it or not the fight is still on see you in Brooklyn! 4-20 Barclays tickets on sale!!!!!” Garcia later said on his X account.

‘King Ry’ is due to return to the ring following his KO win over Oscar Duarte in December that followed defeat to Gervonta Davis.

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Garcia and Haney’s face-off last month was a feisty affair as the latter accused the former of being drunk.

The pair exchanged other verbal strikes against each other leading up to their clash at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York next month.


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