Jeff Hardy suspended without pay, can return to AEW after completing treatment and maintaining his sobriety

AEW issues a statement concerning Jeff Hardy. He has been suspended without pay and can return to the company after his treatment

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Tony Khan issues a statement concerning Jeff Hardy.

Earlier today, dashcam footage of Jeff Hardy’s DUI arrest was made public and Matt Hardy commented on the situation at hand. The latest concerning Jeff is that AEW has suspended him without pay and he can only return to the company when he has successfully completed treatment and maintained his sobriety.

In the statement AEW issued, it is noted that the company made it clear to Jeff that they will assist him in getting treatment and he’s open to receiving it.

Hardy was arrested in Volusia County, Florida on Monday for driving while impaired. He is currently facing three charges such as driving under the influence, driver’s license restrictions and an interlock violation from a previous DUI.

Back in October of 2019, Hardy was arrested in North Carolina for driving under the influence. During his appearance on AEW Unrestricted last month, he told Aubrey Edwards and Tony Schiavone that he was officially off probation and would be able to drive again this October.

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