WWE Superstar Jeff Hardy Arrested: What’s Next for Hardy Boys?

The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani discusses WWE superstar Jeff Hardy’s unfortunate arrest over the weekend with WrestleMania around the corner.

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Update via TMZ.com: Hardy was in a single-car crash and admitted to police he was the driver of a 2016 Cadillac CTS-V sedan.

Cops say he submitted to a breath test and blew a .25 — more than three times the legal limit. He was immediately booked for misdemeanor Driving While Intoxicated and is due back in court in April. 

WWE addressed the arrest, saying … “Jeff Hardy is responsible for his own personal actions. We are investigating the matter and awaiting information from local law enforcement officials.”

Original Story:

The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani discusses PWInsider.com’s report on WWE superstar Jeff Hardy being arrested in Concord, North Carolina on Saturday, March 10 for Driving While Impaired. Obviously, details are still coming out, but this is not good news from a business and personal standpoint for Hardy, who has a history of substance abuse issues — especially with WrestleMania 34 right around the corner.

Jeff Hardy’s two past wellness strikes are carried over, so if it turns out he violated WWE’s policy, he could be cut. As for additional information per wrestlinginc.com: “Hardy ran off the roadway and struck a guardrail, which caused his car to spin out into the middle of the right northbound lane.”

His license is suspended for 30 days and the arrest actually took place in CONCORD, NC (which PWI amended). Hardy was released from police custody roughly an hour or so later.

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