Teddy Hart's Court Date For Strangulation Charge Has Been Pushed Back

Teddy Hart’s upcoming court date for his most recent charge has been moved.

According to PWInsider, Hart’s court date on charges of strangulation resulting in wounding/bodily harm in Richmond, Virginia has been moved to June 10 at 2:15 p.m. ET.

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Under Virginia law, strangulation is considered a class six felony. A conviction could land him in jail for up to five years.

Fightful learned that on the afternoon of March 26, Hart was involved in an altercation with independent wrestler Ace Montana, who posted a video of him running off Hart. Montana would claim that Hart attacked his on-and-off girlfriend, ROH star Maria Manic. Hart denied the claim in the video.

Hart was also arrested on February 12 when he was booked on three charges of possession, possession of a Schedule III controlled substance and possession with intent to sell and distribute, as then-reported by Wrestling Inc. Hart would state in a since-deleted video that he was arrested after steroids and marijuana were found in his car. Hart would also be arrested again on March 4 for violating his house arrest.

Hart was released by Major League Wrestling in late 2019 and dropped the Middleweight Championship to Myron Reed last November.

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