WWE Superstar Jeff Hardy received a 120-day suspended jail sentence and was fined $300 Monday after pleading guilty to a DWI charge stemming from a March arrest in North Carolina.
According to WBTV, Hardy will have to complete 48 hours of community service within 120 days. He will also have to undergo alcohol counseling and turn over his license to drive.
The police report said Hardy had a .25 blood alcohol content when he crashed into a guardrail and spun his vehicle March 10. North Carolina's legal limit is .08.
“Jeff Hardy is responsible for his own personal actions. We are investigating the matter and awaiting information from local law enforcement officials," WWE said at the time of Hardy's arrest (via Pro Wrestling Sheet).
It's unclear if Hardy's guilty plea will lead to any type of punishment within WWE. The arrest itself has not altered Hardy's push at all as he is currently the United States champion on the SmackDown brand.
In 2009, Hardy was arrested on charges of controlled prescription pills and possession of anabolic steroids and later pleaded guilty. The arrest came around the time of Hardy's first depature from WWE.