Jeff Hardy Pulled From AEW TV After DUI Arrest For Being THREE Times Over Limit - Mugshot And Video Surface

AEW star Jeff Hardy has been pulled from Wednesday's episode of Dynamite after he was arrested for DUI while three times over the legal driving limit. Find more details on what happened right here...

Jeff Hardy has been arrested for another DUI and charged with "Driving While License Canceled/Suspended/Revoked," "Violation of Restrictions Placed on Drivers License," and "DUI Alcohol/Drugs Third Offense" (his third in 10 years). AEW has yet to comment, but Jeff has been pulled from this Wednesday's Dynamite and all of WarnerMedia's advertising materials. 

The former WWE Superstar was pulled over (with some degree of difficulty) after being spotted swerving off the road while driving. Unable to complete the sobriety exercises successfully, Hardy blew a reading that was three times over the legal limit in Florida. 

In a video shared by TMZ, police can be seen pulling their guns on Hardy before he exits his car. It sounds like several 911 calls were made about his driving, and Jeff is heard saying he drank double shots of Fireball before getting behind the wheel. He also mentions having a doctor's appointment for a brain scan.

To be that far over the limit...well, it's hard to imagine how AEW will continue employing him. It's possible he'll head to rehab, of course, but there's very little sympathy for Jeff online right now.

Check out his mugshot and the arrest video below:
 

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