Jeff Hardy Arrested For DUI


The 40-year-old former WWE champ was reported to have been involved in an incident in Concord, North Carolina on Saturday night.

Wrestling Inc reports that the arrest took place after Jeff ran off the roadway around 8pm and struck a guardrail, which caused his auto to spin out into the middle of the right northbound lane.

Hardy has been out of action since September 2017 after undergoing surgery to fix torn ligaments in his shoulder.

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Following the arrest, Hardy was served with a pretrial revocation of his driver's license, and he is scheduled to appear in court on April 16th.

As a result of this, Hardy has been struck by a mandatory 30-day pre-trial annulment of his driving licence, during which he can not legally drive.

Hardy was driving northbound on the Concord Parkway Saturday when he ran off road and hit 105 feet of guardrail before spinning out on control, according to the arrest report obtained by CBS Sports. The police report notes that Hardy totaled his 2016 Cadillac CTS-V with an estimated $8,000 in damages.

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However, he is yet to get back in the ring as he tries to get healthy for WrestleMania. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 10 days in jail and a fine of $100,000 (£72,149).

According to PWInsider, Matt recently taped a long-awaited "Ultimate Deletion" match with Bray Wyatt at his North Carolina home.

WWE superstar Jeff Hardy has been arrested for driving while intoxicated. How this news will impact on future plans also remains to be seen.

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