WWE SmackDown superstar Jeff Hardy’s scheduled court appearance in Moore County Court in North Carolina yesterday in regards to his October 2019 arrest for Driving While Impaired was pushed back to the afternoon of Thursday, October 22nd, as all court cases have been pushed back due to court closures stemming from the Coronavirus pandemic, according to a report from PWInsider.com.

For those unfamiliar with the story, Hardy was arrested on the evening of Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 in Moore County, North Carolina, with the police report for the arrest noting that authorities received a tip about a careless driver at around 8:40pm that evening and that when authorities located Hardy’s car in front of a liquor store, he emerged carrying a case of beer, which led to authorities following the car and pulling him over after they observed him weaving badly in his lane.

Hardy, whose driver’s license has been revoked, pending the resolution of the case, had what seemed to be dried blood on his nose, according to the police report, while he told officers that he and his wife had got into a fight, that he admitted to having two shots of vodka and that he admitted to being impaired. Hardy failed a field sobriety test and according to the report was uncooperative when asked for a breathalyzer or a blood sample, which led to a judge signing off on a search warrant, allowing officers to extract a blood sample from Hardy.