Watch dramatic moment AEW star Jeff Hardy is arrested for DUI as three police officers pull gun on wrestler | The Sun

THIS is the dramatic moment wrestling star Jeff Hardy was arrested on suspicion of DUI by three armed cops.

The ex-WWE champion, 44, was suspended by All Elite Wrestling following his arrest in Volusia County, Florida.

Reports suggest that Hardy's white Dodge Charger had been driving erratically along I-95.

And dramatic video obtained by TMZ shows how three troopers were forced to approach the wrestler's car with their firearms raised.

He has now been hit with three DUI charges in as many years.

Cops are seen shouting towards Hardy's car, which had reportedly been swerving across lanes before being pulled over.

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When he didn't comply with their initial demands, all three cops unholstered their weapons and demanded he leave the vehicle.

Fortunately, Hardy – seen wearing a Jacksonville Jaguars T-shirt -finally left his car without incident with the footage showing the cops questioning the AEW star.

He appears unsteady on his feet, with reports suggesting Hardy was drinking shots of Fireball before getting behind the wheel.

Police documents claim that the wrestler was breathalysed at the scene and returned a .291 and a .294.

In Florida, the legal limit is .08.

The video shows the ex-WWE star attempting to walk in a straight line in a nearby parking lot.

Hardy was charged with felony DUI, as well as two other misdemeanours including driving with a suspended, canceled, or revoked license.

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On Tuesday, AEW kingpin Tony Khan released a statement to confirm that Hardy had been suspended from the organization without pay.

Khan's statement read: "AEW does not condone Jeff's alleged behavior.

"We've made it clear to Jeff we will assist him in getting treatment for substance abuse issues, which he's indicated he's open to receiving.

"In the interim, he is suspended without pay, and he can only return to AEW upon successfully completing treatment and maintaining his sobriety."

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