WWE superstar Jeff Hardy will appear in court on November 7 after he was once again charged with Driving While Impaired on October 3 last week.
He faces charges of Driving While Impaired in Moore County, North Carolina, and will have his driver’s license revoked for at least 30 days, pending the hearing.
As usual, WWE gave its usual one sentence statement following the arrest:
“Jeff Hardy is responsible for his own personal actions.”
Jeff’s brother Matt Hardy posted the following on Twitter after being inundated with questions regarding his brother.
Since so many have asked me about my brother tonight-I love my brother & want him to be happy & healthy. I’ve expressed that to him as much as I can. Jeff has to make his decisions about his life.
I have to focus on my 2 boys & soon to arrive son. I can only control MY actions.
— The VESSEL of Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) October 5, 2019
Jeff has been out of action since April when he suffered some type of leg injury, and it is unknown when or even if he will return.
This is now the fourth time that Jeff has been arrested, and the third time in the past two years.
Everyone here at WrestleTalk hopes that he will be able to find the help he needs to get through this difficult period.