Jeff Hardy Pleads Guilty For Driving While Impaired

Jeff Hardy

Jeff Hardy plead guilty Monday for driving while impaired on March 10 in Concord, North Carolina.

According to WBTV, Hardy was given a 120-day suspended sentence and fined $300 for court costs. He will need to complete an assessment and treatment class in addition to turning over his driver’s license for 120 days.

Hardy will have 120 days to complete 48 hours of community service.

A police report shows Hardy registered a 0.25 blood alcohol content on a breath test he submitted at the Cabarrus County Detention Center, which is three times the legal limit.

According to the arrest report, Hardy was driving northbound on Concord Parkway when he allegedly “ran off the roadway … striking about 105 feet of guardrail before the back end of the car spun out 90 degrees … coming to rest in the middle of the right [north]bound lane of travel.”

It was estimated by police on the scene that Hardy did $8,000 of damage to his 2016 Cadillac CTS-V sedan and $5,000 to the guardrail itself.

Here are photos of the damage Hardy did to his vehicle.

Photo of Jeff Hardy's Cadillac after his accident this past Saturday night.

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Following his arrest, a rep for WWE said, “Jeff Hardy is responsible for his own personal actions. We are investigating the matter and awaiting information from local law enforcement officials.”

Hardy returned to action on the April 9 episode of Raw, the night after WrestleMania 34. A week later, Hardy won the United States Championship for the first time, defeating Jinder Mahal.