Published: Fri, January 26, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

WWE wrestler Richard Swann won't face charges of simple battery, false imprisonment

WWE wrestler Richard Swann won't face charges of simple battery, false imprisonment

Rich Swann was arrested on 12/10/17 and charged with false imprisonment and battery, but PWInsider is now reporting that all of the charges have been dropped. Swann denied physically touching Riggs and the couple reconciled shortly after.

The report said that witnesses saw Yung get out of the auto following the argument, but Swann put her in a headlock and dragged her back to the vehicle.

Thus, the case can not move forward.

The initial police report from Swann's arrest said that the incident started after he criticized his wife for her in-ring performance which led to the two arguing. Another witness also alleged that when Swann didn't put the vehicle in park when he exited, it carried on moving and crashed.

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Swann is alleged to have become angry, prompting his wife to get out of the auto. He said that he wanted her to get back in the vehicle as they were using the Global Positioning System on her phone and he needed it to get home.

WWE had announced Swann was indefinitely suspended following the incident and his future with the company would depend on how the situation played out. The charges claimed that Swann yelled at Yung, who got out of the auto the two were in, only to be physically dragged back by Swann. Both Stephanie McMahon and Triple H had noted in the past few weeks that they were just waiting for the issue to resolve itself in court before making any decisions, so it's possible he could be brought back to television as early as this weekend's WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view. If the prosecutor's office says there's not enough evidence to continue, there's a good chance that we'll be seeing Swann again soon.

"WWE has zero tolerance for matters involving domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault".

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