WWE wrestler Jeff Hardy booked on DWI charge in NC

WWE wrestler Jeff Hardy booked on DWI charge in NC

Jeff Hardy's return to the squared circle may have hit another speed bump - depending how WWE wants to handle this latest development - after an incident that occurred in Concord, North Carolina, on Saturday evening.

The vehicle, a 2016 Cadillac CTS-V, was not driveable after the accident. We can also confirm reports that Jeff Hardy was involved in the Ultimate Deletion match, which was filmed days before his DWI arrest over the weekend. TMZ later disclosed that Hardy submitted a breathalyser result over three times the legal limit. "The driver was arrested and charged with DWI", the arresting officer wrote, according to WrestlingInc.com. Hardy was released from custody about an hour later. "We are investigating the matter and awaiting information from local law enforcement officials".

Hardy, who once pleaded guilty after a 2009 arrest on drug charges, is now out on bail, and he is scheduled for a court date on April 16.

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Along with his older brother, Matt, Hardy returned to the WWE at WrestleMania 33 in 2017, capturing the RAW tag team titles.

Hardy, who is originally from Cameron, N.C., is now inactive in the WWE as he recovers from surgery to fix a torn right rotator cuff. That arrest came at his home in Cameron, and a search of the site turned up 262 Vicodin pills, 180 Soma pills, about half a liter of an unspecified anabolic steroid, a residual amount of powder cocaine and drug paraphernalia, reported the News and Observer at the time.

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