WWE Superstar Jack Swagger will be on trial on June 25, relating to his February arrest. Swagger, real name Jake Hager, was arressted for driving under the influence, speeding, and possession of marijuana, reports the Sun Herald newspaper.
WWE has not addressed the arrest of Hager, which happened after a Smackdown TV taping in Mississippi on February 19th. He recently competed in WWE Wrestlemania 29 against Alberto Del Rio.
According to the Sun Herald, Gulfport Municipal Court usually requires defendants to appear in court. Potential fines include around $440.00 for marijuana possession, $188 for driving 10 MPH over the speed limit, and $1,300 for driving impaired on a first offense.