Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

WWE Issues Statement In Response To Jeff Hardy's Arrest

WWE wrestler Jeff Hardy has been arrested for "driving while impaired" after he allegedly crashed his vehicle into a guiderail.

WWE Superstar Jeff Hardy has been arrested for driving while impaired in Concord, N.C., after he crashed his auto.

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. However, we do know that Hardy did $8,000 in damages to his Cadillac CTS-V and rack up an additional $5,000 for damaging almost 105 feet of guardrail. Hardy is slated to appear in Cabarrus County Court on April 16 for his hearing.

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Hardy has a history of substance abuse with WWE giving him a 60-day suspension before WrestleMania 24 in 2008 following his second wellness policy violation.

According to the arrest records, Hardy was arrested at 10:39 pm by the Concord Police Department after he was involved in a traffic crash that occurred around 8:11 pm on Concord Parkway.

Jeff Hardy is an American professional wrestler, who had signed to WWE on the Raw brand.

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WWE filmed The Ultimate Deletion with brother Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt at the Hardy Compound last week.

"Jeff Hardy is responsible for his own personal actions".

WWE has not commented on his arrest at this time but may at some point on Monday.

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PW has reached out to WWE for a statement on this developing story, and will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

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