Details Ex-NHL Player Demanding Cocaine From Flight Attendant

Jiri Hudler has some explaining to do, as he’s being accused of threatening a flight attendant and demanding cocaine, according to a Czech newspaper report.

The former Detroit Red Wings forward told the flight attendant he wants cocaine. She told him that it’s illegal and that’s when Hudler snapped.

According to the report, Hudler would have his friends kill her when they arrived to their destination if he doesn’t receive cocaine.

Strangely the flight crew mentioned that Hudler was doing coke in the bathroom and that he was trying to urinate on a food cart.

Of course Hudler denies everything, here’s his statement to Blesk magazine.

“Nothing happened, it was just such a small incident,” he said, adding, “Probably when we talk about it, it was not quite normal. But it would go wrong, it did not. How much of his behavior really deviated, now the police are investigating.”

At the moment Hudler doesn’t have a NHL contract and from the looks, that might not change.

Hudler played for the Red Wings between 2005 and 2012. He was part of Detroit’s 2008 Stanley Cup championship and their return to the finals in 2009.

In 2012 he signed with the Calgary Flames and was traded to the Florida Panthers in 2016.

The Dallas Stars took him in for a one year deal in August of 2016, and in April he suffered a injury to his lower body ending his season.

One thought on “Details Ex-NHL Player Demanding Cocaine From Flight Attendant

  • I mean when you fly first class you expect rum and cocaine of course…

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