Paige is potentially confronting charges from a domestic attack occurrence with GFW World Heavyweight Champion Alberto El Patron during a Orlando International Airport behind on Jul 9th, according to new reports by Pro Wrestling Sheet and F4Wonline.com. Orlando Police detectives have reportedly found illusive means to assign a former WWE Divas Champion with domestic battery. The justification has been forwarded to a state attorney’s bureau for examination and they will confirm if charges need to be brought opposite Paige.
It was also remarkable that a review into Patron is still ongoing by Orlando police. Alberto was dangling by GFW until a review is finish though he is not being edited out of any Impact broadcasts during a cessation and apparently will not be nude of a title.
After creatively claiming that she and Alberto were a ones that got military involved, Paige afterwards expelled a matter that pronounced she was a one being hold for intensity battery charges after TMZ expelled audio of a justification between she and Alberto that told a loyal story on what happened that day.
Paige could be looking during another WWE cessation over a charges as a association has a zero-tolerance process per domestic attack though she contingency be arrested before a cessation is brought. A self-assurance would move termination. WWE’s policy on domestic attack reads like this:
WWE has 0 toleration for matters involving domestic violence, child abuse and passionate assault. Upon detain for such misconduct, a WWE talent will be immediately suspended. Upon self-assurance for such misconduct, a WWE talent will be immediately terminated.
WWE’s ability to fine, postpone or cancel a WWE talent will not be, however, singular or compromised in any demeanour in a eventuality flawless justification of such bootleg bungle is presented to WWE. Section 9.13(a) of a WWE engagement contract, ordinarily famous as a “morals clause”, provides WWE with extended option and management to act underneath such circumstances.
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