Former WWE champion and new-ish star of the Turner networks’ All Elite Wrestling franchise Jeff Hardy was arrested on a drunk driving cost in Volusia County, Florida on Monday night time.
The Daytona Seashore Information-Journal reported that Hardy, 44, was “additionally charged with driving on a suspended license and violating a restriction which required him to have a DUI interlock gadget in his automobile.”
It’s reportedly Hardy’s third drunk-driving arrest prior to now 10 years and a third-degree felony. The information prompted AEW President and CEO Tony Kahn to talk out.
“We have been capable of resume contact with Jeff Hardy this afternoon,” Khan tweeted. “AEW doesn’t condone Jeff’s alleged conduct.”
Khan introduced there could be repercussions.
“We’ve made it clear to Jeff that we’ll help him in getting remedy for substance abuse points, which he has indicated that he’s open to receiving. Within the interim, he’s suspended with out pay, and he can solely return to AEW upon efficiently finishing remedy and sustaining his sobriety.”
The Related Press reported that Hardy was launched on a $3,500 bond.
All Elite Wrestling is the second-largest wrestling promoter in america and the AEW franchise is vital to the Turner networks. AEW Dynamite airs reside every week on TBS, whereas one other weekly tv program, AEW Rampage, is seen on TNT.