Yes, the Jeff Hardy case has been postponed again
The drug case against TNA star Jeff Hardy in Moore County, N.C., was continued yet again, but this time there was a new twist to the same old story.
Hardy’s lawyer asked a judge for time to have a drug treatment assessment done on his client, North Carolina’s thepilot.com reported.
According to the story, an administrator for the sentencing services program has become involved in Hardy’s case just recently and will need time to assess whether he needs drug dependency therapy, get another opinion from an expert and recommend a treatment plan.
A hearing has been set for June 27.
Hardy was arrested in September 2009 after Moore County deputies raided his home. He was charged with trafficking in opium, two counts of possession with intent to sell or deliver a controlled substance, maintaining a dwelling to keep a controlled substance, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.