Comedian Ralphie May's recent Grand Junction Show ended badly when he had to be escorted to his bus by police. Now, May gives his account of what went down in Grand Junction.

We told you about the audience members became angry with May's performance saying he was high during the performance, was mumbling into the microphone and could barely stand.

A spokesman for May told TMZ Ralphie was "like a kid in a candy store, being in Colorado for the first time since pot became legal."

However, in a recent radio interview, May denied being high, saying he had taken some cold medicine before the show. He also cited problems with the stage monitor. May also denied reports that he kicked a kid with cerebral palsy.

Apparently not everyone was unhappy with the show, and those that were dissatisfied did receive refunds.