Teddy Hart in Jail after being named a fugitive from justice

According to recent court records, and first reported by PWInsider, former Major League Wrestling star Teddy Hart (real name Edward Annis) was booked into the Tarrant County Jail in Fort Worth, Texas this past Thursday after being named a fugitive from Justice on May 4, 2020.

The court records in Texas list Annis as facing charges for injuring a child/elderly/disabled person, evading arrest with a vehicle and possession of a controlled substance.

Last month, Annis was sentenced to ten days of imprisonment in the Richmond County Jail for violation of a house arrest he was under as a result of his arrest this past March, which resulted in charges of strangulation resulting in bodily harm. That arrest was due to a video that independent wrestler Ace Montana posted to his Facebook page with accusations that Hart physically assaulted former Ring of Honor star Maria Manic.

Annis was transferred from Richmond City Jail and was incarcerated into Tarrant County Jail on Thursday.

Court records in Texas list Annis as facing charges for injuring a child/elderly/disabled person, evading arrest with a vehicle and possession of a controlled substance.

There are three charges he was arrested for two separate incidents in December 2016 and January 2017 in Arlington County, one of which is said to be for a parole violation that led to the warrant being issued for his arrest and return to Texas.

He was released from his Major League Wrestling contract last December after he made several requests to the company to let out of his deal.

Hart last wrestled in early February at an independent show in Florida, where he had been residing prior to his first arrest in Virginia.