Jeff Hardy Arrested for Being Intoxicated In Public *UPDATED* with WWE Statement

WWE's Jeff Hardy Arrested For Being

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Jeffrey Hardy, 41, was taken-in custody by Myrtle Beach Police on Saturday from the Ocean Enclave by Hilton Grand Vacations.

It was reported by TMZ that Hardy was arrested and booked for public intoxication in Myrtle Beach, SC on Saturday.

He is now on the sidelines from the wrestling promotion because of a nagging leg injury.

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Just a year ago, Hardy was charged with a DWI after crashing his vehicle in North Carolina while driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.25, three times the legal limit in the state.

Jeff Hardy was arrested yesterday and charged with public intoxication.

WWE issued a statement on the matter to PWInsider and other news outlets: "Jeff Hardy is responsible for his own personal actions". After multiple tag team championship reigns with his brother, and a release from the company for his erratic behavior, he finally won the heavyweight title in his return to WWE in 2009. Hardy could face up to 30 days in jail, but will likely only have to pay a small fine instead.

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He explained that he would be undergoing surgery in early June.

Hardy underwent surgery to fix a knee injury a few months ago.

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