AEW star Jeff Hardy could be imprisoned for up to five years after being arrested and charged with another DUI.
This past weekend, Hardy was arrested in Volusia County, Florida, and has been charged with three felonies.
The former WWE World Champion was booked into the jail at 12:45 am (June 13) on charges of Driving While License Canceled/Suspended/Revoked, Violation of Restrictions Placed on Drivers License, and DUI Alcohol/Drugs Third Offense within 10 Years.
If convicted of the DUI offense, Hardy could face serious prison time.
Since a 3rd DUI offense within 10 years is considered a Felony in Florida, Jeff could face any or all of the following punishments:
- Minimum 30 days in jail, but up to 5 years in prison.
- Up to 5 years of reporting probation.
- Minimum 10-year driver’s license revocation.
- Up to $5,000 in fines.
- 90-day impoundment or immobilization of all vehicles owned by the driver.
- Mandatory placement of an ignition interlock device upon all vehicles owned, used, or routinely operated by the convicted driver for not less than 2 years.
- 50 hours of community service.
- Completion of a 21-hour DUI Substance Abuse Course.
- Completion of a psychosocial evaluation to determine if Substance Abuse Treatment is required.
- Completion of any recommended substance abuse treatment.
Hardy had been out with his brother Matt earlier in the night.
AEW President Tony Khan has not issued a statement regarding Hardy at this time.
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