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More Details from Jeff Hardy’s Court Date

TNA star Jeff Hardy was back in a Moore County, North Carolina courtroom on Thursday and pleaded guilty to three felony drug charges stemming from his September 2009 arrest. He will serve 10 days in jail, have to pay fine of $100,000 and will be on probation for 30 months. In the event that Hardy violates his probation, he can be sent back to jail.

Hardy pleaded guilty to three drug felonies: two counts of Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance and one count of Conspiracy to Traffic in a Compound Containing Opium.

Here are a few new details from yesterday’s court proceedings:

* In exchange for pleading guilty, the other counts against Jeff Hardy were dropped.

* Hardy has agreed to remain in a drug abuse treatment program.

* Jeff was granted a request to travel outside of North Carolina so he can work for TNA.

  • StudDog

    I agree except on the Guerrero part, Eddie had been clean and sober for 4 years. (yeah i do know his past played a role in his death). But Eddie had really come a long way one of my favorites of all time. I also loved his book “Stealing Life, Cheating Death) He had an amazing story that both The Hardy’s and Kurt could take some pointers from.

  • venom

    Yea, unfortunately Jeff Hardy probably won’t learn because he probably feels like he got away from it. I hope he doesn’t end up like Beniot or Guerrero. Same thing goes for Angle. I remember when Jeff first got busted, he claimed he was set up, but he plead guilty. lol.

  • StudDog

    venom: Yeah I hope so too but 10 days seems more like the courts are saying “Do what you like we will only give you a slap on the wrist cause your famous”

  • venom


    I’ve seen people sentenced 20 years over drugs. I hope this is a wake up call for him. I hope he gets his act together so we can like him again.

  • StudDog

    Ok, I was always a Hardy’s fan but even I know that 10 days is a bunch of bullshit. I know people who have had nowhere near as serious charges that have served 2 to 5 years.