As we previously reported here on eWn, Teddy Hart was set to have a hearing on January 11th on the charges of possession of MDMA (ecstasy) and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. That hearing was listed as a mandatory appearance on Hart’s behalf for “Early Resolution,” a division that identifies potential candidates for early plea deals. That was later pushed back.
Hart had hearing set for February 8 for what was referred to as another mandatory appearance for Early Resolution.
Hart (real name Edward Annis), failed to appear at the Titusville, Florida hearing. Due to this, a bench warrant was issued today. Hart’s $2,000 bond was also revoked due to his failure to appear in court.
Hart’s lawyers had delayed the hearing several times including the one in early January.
However, The Honorable Judge ruled that there would be no more delays granted.