WWE Star Jeff Hardy Arrested for DWI After Car Wreck

Peter Castro
March 13, 2018

A report from the Concord Police Department says Jeff Hardy was arrested on Saturday, March 10 on Concord Parkway South.

According to the police report, obtained by The Blast, Hardy was driving in Concord Saturday night around 8 PM when his vehicle ran off the roadway and into a guardrail, which spun the auto back out into the road. Along with his brother Matt, Jeff has wrestled professionally for more than two decades, starting with local wrestling in 1993 and signing with WWE in 1998.

CBS Sports reports that Hardy registered a blood alcohol level of.25 - well over the legal limit of.08 - when he was tested at the Cabarrus County Detention Center. His driving license has also been revoked for the thirty days following his arrest.

The police report states that Hardy did an estimated US$8,000 worth of damage to the auto and US$5,000 worth of damage to the guardrail.

Hardy was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) after officials investigated the reason for the crash.

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Jeff Hardy was booked for a misdemeanor DWI, and he's set to appear in court on April 16.

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

The 40-year-old athlete has been out of action for several months while recovering from surgery. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 10 days in jail and a fine of $100,000 (£72,149).

The musician and painter has had previous encounters with the law, including when he was arrested in 2009 for possession of steroids and trafficking controlled prescription pills.

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