Teddy Hart once had the world ahead of him, and he was representing a famous pro wrestling family in the process. Sadly, his recent years have been filled with legal issues, and now he has an arrest warrant for out on his name.

PW Insider reports that a bench warrant has been issued for the arrest of Teddy Hart after he failed to appear in court on February 8. This adds to his string of problems with the law in recent years.

Hart was arrested in July 2023 on charges of possession of MDMA and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, both of which are third-degree felonies in Florida.

The court date was scheduled as a mandatory appearance for "Early Resolution," but the hearing was postponed multiple times. Additionally, the court has revoked Hart's $2,000 bond.

The arrest occurred on July 14, 2023, when Officer Eduardo Gonzales observed Hartís vehicle speeding and running a red light. Upon pulling him over, Gonzales detected the smell of burnt marijuana and found loose leaf marijuana in the vehicle. Further searches uncovered MDMA pills and powder, as well as anabolic steroids, leading to Hartís arrest on the mentioned charges.

Following his arrest, Hart wrestled his first match in three years in Florida on the same evening. However, he has not competed since then.

Hartís troubled history was depicted in the Peacock reality series Dangerous Breed, which drew attention to his tumultuous personal life.

The show demonstrated his problematic behavior towards former partners, including allegations of abandonment, abuse, extortion, drug use, and passport confiscation. That troubling track record led to a few arrests over the years, and he's been blackballed by many pro wrestling companies since then.