WWE superstar Liv Morgan has been arrested on drug charges.
The , whose real name is Gionna Daddio, was pulled over in a traffic stop in Sumter County, this week and arrested on a number of drug possession charges.
As well as possession of marijuana (not more than 20 grams), she also faces charges of possession of drug equipment and possession of drugs, possibly synthetic cannabinoid.
She was pulled over on Thursday evening by a sheriff’s deputy, and the arrest report claims ‘the odor of marijuana was detected’.
It’s alleged that the deputy found a ‘small plastic bag containing marijuana’ inside her vehicle, along with a vape pen holding ‘an oil-like substance’, which was tested and proven to be marijuana, according to the arrest report.
The 29-year-old wrestler was released hours later after posting bail of $3,000.
If found guilty, possession of marijuana under 20 grams is a misdemeanour in Florida and punishable by a maximum sentence of one year in jail or on probation, and a maximum fine of $1,000.
Her arraignment on the charges is set for February 12, 2024 at the Sumter County Courthouse, where she will need to enter either a guilty or not guilty plea.
Meanwhile, fans have responded to the news in an unexpected way after Morgan’s mugshot was released, with some people even using the photo as their profile picture on X (formerly Twitter).
‘Liv serves even in a mugshot,’ wrote fan @Toxicattraction, while social media user @Livin4Balor added: ‘I will not shut up until we can all talk about how Liv managed to look that damn good in a mugshot.’
And fan account @LIV4BELAIR tweeted: ‘Omg now Liv’s mugshots all over my tl 😭’
Morgan has been, having only recently returned from a six-month injury layoff.
She previously opened up about the ‘very hard’ time she had from the earlier setback, admitting she turned to video games and piano as she ‘tried to do things [she] found joy in’.
She exclusively told Metro.co.uk: ‘To have that taken it was like, what are my hobbies, what are my likes, what are my interests, what am I into? It was like a rediscovery journey a little bit.’