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– Former WWE talent Sean Christopher Haire (a/k/a Sean O’Haire), 40, was arrested on Wednesday in Savannah, Georgia on a simple battery charge, according to the official website of the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office.

This is not the former WCW World Tag Team Champion’s first run-in with the law. In 1992, Haire was arrested for assault. In 2006, Haire was found guilty of assaulting a woman at “Club Hypnotic” in June 2004. He was also involved in a fight in Hilton Head on March 30, 2007, in which he sustained fractures to his face and skull, including his orbital bone. In September 2009, Haire was arrested for allegedly choking his girlfriend.

— Brian James (a/k/a Road Dogg), who now works as a producer for WWE, stated during a recent “shoot” interview that not only has the organization paid to put him in a rehabilitation center, but has paid for at least one stint for all three of his brothers—Scott, Steve and Brad.

Scott is WWE referee Scott Armstrong. He returned to the organization in February 2011 after being released one year prior. Steve briefly competed for WWE in 1992 as Lance Cassidy. Brad was under contract to WWE in 2006 and 2007. He made sporadic appearances on ECW as a guest commentator.

source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • JOE

    Yes, because even if I don’t do drugs I was high. Or or maybe I was selling drugs while I was reading this article. See what I mean his jokes are as garbage as his life. SMH

  • venom

    Joe was probably high when he read this too.

  • JOE

    ^^^^The sad part about it is he actually “thinks” he’s funny… smh

  • sandman

    wow what a dumb comment ^

  • venom

    O’Haire needs to be locked up for a long time. I remember reading about him getting into trouble years ago. Tomko, Fatt Hardy, Scott Hall, Meth Hardy, and O’Haire should fight in a lethal lockdown match. The winner gets a giftcard to the Cracklebarrel.

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