Some details have come to light regarding the arrest of a recently released WWE star who was let go by the company earlier this year.
Earlier today we covered the arrest of ex NXT talent Dan Matha (AKA Dorian Mak) on August 17 for failing to appear in court, but as of that writing it was not known what he was due in court for.
As reported by HeelByNature, which obtained a copy of the arrest record, Matha was due in court for driving with an expired registration.
Matha has a history of traffic violations. He was stopped by police twice for driving on a suspended licence in 2019, and then again in February 2020 when he pleaded no contest and paid a $722 fine. His licence had been suspended for unpaid fines.
On April 4, 2020, Matha was given a citation for driving with an expired registration and a court date was set for June 24. Matha didn’t appear in court and a letter was sent to his home on July 1, which he did not respond to.
A warrant was then issued on August 17 (yesterday) and he was arrested. He has now been released from Orange County jail and has a new court date set for September 2. Matha was involved in a car accident earlier this year shortly before being released by WWE.