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Adam Rose Released, Former WWE Star Reveals Why He Was Suspended

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WWE Superstar Adam Rose, real name Ray Leppan has been released from the Hillsborough County, Florida jail at 4:10pm EST. A judge ruled that a restraining order against his wife wouldn’t be neededafter she made a plea earlier today.

He paid a $1,000 bond, which was $500 for the misdemeanor domestic battery and $500 for the felony tampering with a witness.

Leppan will be back in court in June.

Former WWE Superstar Hornswoggle revealed in an interview on Steve Austin’s podcast that his suspension last year had nothing to do with failing a drug test, like had been speculated.

He admitted that he actually couldn’t provide a urine sample in time and said the incident is “the only thing in 10 years that rubbed me the wrong way” with the company.

The WWE Wellness policy makes clear: “Any delay beyond two (2) hours may be determined by the PA to be a refusal to test. During the two (2) hour period after the time of notification for testing, the WWE Talent must remain in the assigned testing area or be accompanied, at all times, by a person designated by the PA.”

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