Former WWE producer Sarah Stock was arrested on October 4 in Evansville, Indiana. However, her case has now been resolved and most of the charges dropped after paying a fine.
According to PWInsider, they had court records that showed that Stock had been taken into custody for “aggravated battery, disorderly conduct, public intoxication by alcohol, and resisting law enforcement” earlier this month.
She had been booked and briefly jailed at the Vandenburgh Country Sheriff’s Department at 4:25 am on October 4, but she was released from custody shortly after.
Stock has taken to Twitter to post an update on her legal status. According to her post, the court case was resolved.
“All charges were dismissed except for one misdemeanor,” said Stock in her tweet. “I paid a small fine and it’s done.”
Stock was one of several producers who were furloughed by the WWE back in April due to cost-cutting measures brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike some other producers, however, she was not called back but instead officially released this September.
Before taking the producer job with WWE, back in 2015, she was an in-ring performer who was mainly known for work in TNA/Impact Wrestling and Stardom.