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TMZ: Matt Hardy arrested in Virginia on Jan. 1 after fight at hotel with Reby Sky


matt hardyTMZ is reporting today that Ring of Honor star Matt Hardy was arrested at a hotel in Emporia, Va., earlier this month after allegedly getting into a fight with his wife, indy wrestler Reby Sky.

Mug shots of the two posted to TMZ show both appearing bloody and scratched up following whatever happened.

According to TMZ, the incident happened around 5:45 a.m. the morning of Jan. 1 at a Hampton Inn in Emporia, located off Interstate 95 a few miles from the Virginia-Nprth Carolina border.

Both Hardy and Sky were arrested for assault and battery and released on $3,500 bail.



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