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Jeff Hardy’s court case given another continuance

Jeff Hardy’s court case given another continuance
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Jeff Hardy’s court case was granted another continuance today in Moore County, North Carolina. According to The Fayetteville Observer, “prosecutors are still awaiting the results of lab tests from the State Bureau of Investigation on some of the evidence that lawmen seized Sept. 11, 2009, when they raided Hardy’s house on Boys Camp Road outside of Cameron.”

James Van Camp, Hardy’s lawyer, said the 33 year old TNA star plans to plead guilty. When contacted, Steven Godfrey (a spokesman for TNA Wrestling) declined to comment on how the company was handling Hardy’s current legal troubles. Godfrey did confirm that TNA does have a drug testing policy, but wouldn’t provide any additional details. Nothing was discussed regarding Hardy’s incident at Sunday’s Victory Road PPV and later being sent home.

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Jeff Hardy’s drug case expected to be continued again in Moore County

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6 Responses

  1. advo319 says:

    WTF AGAIN?!! If he wasn’t a celebrity, he would have never even gotten a single continuance… this is such bullcrap

  2. Agent Cooper says:

    It’s the case that never ends. I’ll be shocked if he spends a day in prison. If the prosecution really had a strong case, they wouldn’t need this many continuances.

  3. Kellman73 says:

    So much for Matthew indicating his brother was innocent.

  4. David R. says:

    What is TNA’s drug testing policy? Let me guess…’As long as the drugs aren’t on you, its ok if they’re in you.’

  5. Branden says:

    Him being a celebrity has nothing to do with getting a continuance. It probably has something to do with him getting so many, but anyone can get at least one.

  6. mshelez says:

    That is ridiculous. I know nothing about lab testing but how can it take that long to get the results back? I wonder if whatever they are testing can change over time and affect the results. Seems that there should be a time limit for these kinds of cases because almost a 1 1/2 years later seems to be a bit much.

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