Jeff Hardy Ordered To Appear For Appearance

AEW’s Jeff Hardy has been ordered to appear in court on Tuesday, Aug. 2 on DUI charges related to his recent arrest. The notice was posted Friday on the Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court website, Volusia County.

A felony in the state of Florida

The charges against Hardy include the AEW star’s third DUI offense within 10 years, which is a felony in the state of Florida. Hardy is also charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license and for violating restrictions placed on his driving license.

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drug trafficking charges

In 2019, Jeff Hardy was arrested twice within three months. The first was for public intoxication in July, and then in October for impaired driving. In 2011, he was arrested for drug trafficking and sentenced to 10 days in prison.

During the July 6 episode of “AEW Dynamite”

Hardy is currently suspended from AEW without pay. He reportedly entered rehab on June 21. While he hasn’t appeared in Sons AEW programming since wrestling in Double or Nothing 2022, his name was mentioned during the July 6 episode of “AEW Dynamite”, when Christian Cage faced Jeff’s brother Matt Hardy. was. , “You’re starting to sound like your brother is cool”, Cage mocked Matt. Cage later said that Matt Hardy was willing to turn a blind eye to his brother’s issues so that he could “ride his coattails for one last run.” After his release from WWE in December last year, Jeff Hardy signed with AEW in March.

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