Jeff Hardy was arrested earlier today in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for alleged public intoxication and impairment.
TMZ first reported the story, noting that Hardy has since been released on a bond that is less than $200. Further details on what led to Hardy's arrest have yet to be revealed.
Hardy was previously arrested back on March 10 of last year for driving while impaired after getting into a single-car accident. He pleaded guilty in June 2018 and received a $300 fine, along with having to complete 48 hours of community service.
Hardy has been out of action since late April due to a knee injury that required surgery. Hardy said that he expected to miss six to nine months because of the injury. Matt & Jeff Hardy had just recently reunited their tag team and won the SmackDown Tag titles, which were then vacated due to Jeff's injury and won by current champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan.