Steriods found in dead wrestlers' home
Police confirmed on Tuesday that steriods were found in the house of Chris Benoit adding fuel to the fire that "roid rage" was the reason the WWE wrestler killed his wife, his son and himself.
"Roid rage" is the term coined for when steriod users become out of control with anger, but the WWE released a statement saying they don't believe steriods contributed to the massacre.
“People that abuse steroids carry with them an increase risk of rage and rage attacks. There’s also an increased risk of depression, so it’s kind of a double whammy.” Psychiatrist Dr. John Bradford told the Edmonton Sun.
Authorities also said that Chris' wife Nancy Benoit, had filed a restraining order against him 2003 because of abusive behavior.
Police also said Bibles were left at the slain bodies of of Benoit's wife and child.