Jey Uso Arrested For DWI After Failing Sobriety Test

Angelica Greene
January 18, 2018

WWE star Jey Uso was arrested for suspicion of drink driving in Texas on Sunday.

Uso, real name Joshua Samuel Fatu, is now assigned to the WWE's SmackDown Live! brand, where he and his brother Jimmy are now the tag team champions.

According to a representative of Hidalgo County PD, Uso is alleged to have displayed signs of being under the influence of an as-yet-undetermined substance. PWInsider reports that Uso, aka Joshua Fatu, was arrested on Sunday on a of Driving While Intoxicated. Reports are unclear as to whether Uso was subject to a breathalyser test. He was bonded out shortly after the arrest.

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On Saturday, the Usos retained the SmackDown tag team championships and the following night, hours after his release from jail, Joshua Fatu and his brother won another title match.

Pro Wrestling Sheet, a publication dedicated to the sports entertainment brand, confirmed the current Smackdown Live Tag Team Champion's arrest.

'We are investigating the matter and awaiting information from local law enforcement officials'.

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