Ex-WWE talent Teddy Hart is facing more legal trouble.
Controversial wrestling personality Teddy Hart was arrested in Titusville, Georgia back in July 2023 after a police officer observed him speeding and driving in an abnormal fashion. After the officer asked questions of both Hart and his passenger, a search of Hart’s vehicle and personal possessions was conducted.
After the search was completed, Teddy Hart was found to be in possession of MDMA (ecstasy) and possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) without a license. Both of those are considered third-degree felonies in the state of Florida.
The stop came hours after Teddy Hart wrestled his first match in three years. That match took place on July 14th and saw Teddy Hart team with the convicted sex offender Chasyn Rance to take on the duo of Rip Ruiz and Violent A for a local independent promotion called Pro Wrestling Vision in Azalea Park, Florida.
When will Teddy Hart face court?
PWInsider has now reported that the third-generation wrestling star will appear in court for a hearing on the 19th of October after waiving his right to a speedy trial.
The appearance is listed as a mandatory one for an “Early Resolution” which could see a plea deal struck to avoid Hart going on a full felony trial.
Hart had previously been a part of MLW where he was part of a new generation of The Hart Foundation alongside Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Brian Pillman Jr.