Liv Morgan’s Arrest Ruins Her Career

Liv Morgan’s Arrest Ruins Her Career
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Liv Morgan’s Arrest Ruins Her Career

Liv Morgan was arrested last night at 10:04 PM. Authorities examine what the WWE Wellness Policy says about a superstar being arrested.

She was arrested for…

“Possession of marijuana (not more than 20 grams) and possession of drug, possibly synthetic cannabinoid.”

Morgan is set to be arraigned on February 12, 2024, where she will enter a plea. In Florida, she could be sentenced to a maximum of one year of jail for each of the charges. How the trial plays out remains to be seen.

The WWE Wellness Policy is clear as to the consequences of being arrested for the use, possession, purchase, sale, or distribution of drugs. The policy says that in such a case, the WWE star would be subject to being immediately fired.

“Any WWE Talent who is arrested, convicted or who admits to a violation of law relating to the use, possession, purchase, sale or distribution of drugs will be in material breach of his/her contract with WWE and subject to immediate dismissal.”

The deputy said they found marijuana in a pink fuzzy bag in the vehicle and a vape pen containing an oil-like substance. She was booked at the Sumter County Detention Center and released after posting $3,000 bond, jail records showed. The wrestler, who said she lives in Springhill, faces charges of marijuana possession not more than 20 grams and possession of a synthetic cannabinoid.

Her arrest does not mean that she is now being fired. Decisions are yet to be made. Fans have spilled their reactions on social media with display shocks with comments like, “Seriously”. This does not mean WWE Liv Morgan will be fired. 

It will be up to WWE how the authorities interpret the seriousness of her arrest, given it’s her first such offence. There could be other punishments instead, including suspension. Other penalties could be levied as well, depending on tests for marijuana.

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