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Liv Morgan’s Legal Troubles: Details on Florida Arrest for Substance Possession

3 Key Points:

  • WWE star Liv Morgan arrested in Florida for possession of marijuana and a controlled substance.
  • Arrest report details traffic stop and subsequent discovery of illegal substances.
  • Morgan awaiting arraignment, with WWE executives reportedly informed about the incident.

WWE’s Liv Morgan Faces Arrest in Florida

On December 14, 2023, Liv Morgan, the WWE performer, encountered legal issues following a traffic stop in Florida. Recognized outside the ring as Gionna Daddio, she was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams and a vape pen which, according to the arrest report, contained THC oil—a controlled substance under Florida law.

Details Of The Incident Unfold

The arresting officer’s report, obtained by PWInsider, describes erratic driving behavior leading to the vehicle stop. During the encounter, law enforcement detected a marijuana odor emanating from Morgan’s vehicle and conducted a search. The search uncovered both a green leafy substance confirmed as marijuana and a vape pen with an oil-like substance that tested positive for marijuana.

Morgan’s Post-Arrest Situation

After being read her Miranda rights, Morgan admitted to owning the marijuana but disclaimed knowledge of the vape pen, denying its use. Despite her $3,000 bond that led to her release hours following the incident, Liv Morgan must now face official arraignment in Sumter County, Florida, come February.

WWE’s Reaction

To date, World Wrestling Entertainment and Morgan herself have not released statements regarding the arrest. However, it has been reported that WWE’s top executives are aware of the situation and have been in contact with Morgan.

For those seeking further insights into WWE’s stance, additional details have been reported which shed light on their response to such events.

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