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Jimmy Uso agrees to plead no contest, resolves February arrest


Jimmy Uso's arrest from February has been resolved.

TMZ Sports reported today that Uso and his attorney "struck a deal with prosecutors in which [Uso] agreed to plead no contest to interfering with a govt. employee -- and in exchange, he was ordered to pay $450 in fines."

Uso and Naomi were pulled over in Detroit on February 13 after Naomi was driving the wrong way on a one-way street. TMZ reported that police sources said Naomi and Uso's 2018 Dodge Journey reeked of booze. Naomi wasn't arrested or punished.

"We're told while Naomi talked to cops, Jimmy got out of the car -- despite commands from police -- and took off his shirt and jacket and squared up like he wanted to fight," TMZ wrote about Uso's arrest. "Jimmy ultimately settled down and complied with their commands ... then he was handcuffed, and arrested for disorderly conduct and obstruction. He was taken to jail ... and later posted bond."

The Usos are the current SmackDown Tag Team Champions. They won the titles from Shane McMahon & The Miz at Elimination Chamber, which took place days after Jimmy's arrest.