- As noted before, Jim Neidhart’s representatives are saying he was not arrested by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office on April 18th in Florida.
A Florida law enforcement officer says by definition of the state’s legal system, Neidhart was indeed arrested. Neidhart’s charge, Driving While License Suspended or Revoked, is a first-degree misdemeanor in Florida and the police officer has the right to use his discretion to arrest on site or issue a notice to appear. Neidhart was given a notice to appear at the time of the incident but did not comply.
Booking information on Neidhart’s listing with the Hillsborough County Sheriff indicates that a warrant was issued for his arrest on a failure to appear. Neidhart turned himself in before sheriff’s could arrest him. Neidhart was booked, fingerprinted and photographed before securing his court appearance with a $750 cash bond. $500 of that was for the DWLSR charge and $250 of that was for operating an unregistered vehicle.
– It appears there will be another double elimination on WWE Tough Enough because there is currently 10 contestants left on the show and only six taped episodes. The “Final Two” contestants will appear on the live Tough Enough finale.
As noted earlier today, the USA Network is teasing that Steve Austin has a “shocking announcement” on next week’s show, so that may have something to do with it.
Partial source: PWInsider
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