Backstage News On WWE’s Reaction To Liv Morgan Arrest

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There is some information regarding how WWE is reacting to the Liv Morgan arrest news.

It was reported on Friday that Liv Morgan was arrested for marijuana possession on Thursday, December 14th. The arrest took place at 6:30 P.M. on Thursday, December 14th when Morgan’s yellow jeep was crossing over the white and yellow lines of a County Road, so a sheriff’s deputy pulled her over.

During a traffic stop, Morgan was arrested for possession of marijuana (not more than 20 grams), possession of drug equipment and possession of drugs, possibly synthetic cannabinoids.

In the arrest report, it was noted that “the odor of marijuana was detected” from Morgan’s vehicle. The search of Morgan’s vehicle revealed a “small plastic bag containing marijuana” and a vape pen that held “an oil-like substance.” That substance was tested and proven to be marijuana.

Liv Morgan was booked at 7:22 P.M. and released on bond at 10:04 P.M. The bond was listed at $1000 for possession of marijuana and $2000 for possessing possible synthetic cannabinoids. Morgan was released after posting the $3000 bond. Morgan’s real name is Gionna Daddio and she is 29 years old.

What Does WWE Think About Liv Morgan’s Arrest?

Currently, Liv Morgan is on the WWE injured list due to a serious shoulder injury. On the July 24th edition of WWE Raw, Morgan was taken out by Rhea Ripley during an in-ring attack.

Fightful Select has provided an update on how WWE feels about Morgan’s arrest while noting that there is “no heat” on Morgan for her arrest. A WWE staff member was quoted as saying, “Liv has not been on TV, did not alter creative plans, and was honest about the situation, there are no issues with her whatsoever.”

Another top talent told Fightful: “Everybody liked Liv before, everybody still likes Liv. We’ll get our jokes off, and she’ll get hers off and nobody will be thinking about it soon enough.”

It was noted by Fightful that while marijuana is in the Wellness Policy, WWE has not tested for it for years. It used to result in a $2500 fine.

The use of marijuana is illegal in some US states, but it’s also been legalized in many states and countries around the world.