Kimber Lee is still in the middle of legal situation that has yet to be resolved. Now, the former NXT Superstar, who was known as Abbey Laith during her time with the company, has a bit more time to prepare herself for court.
Ringside News has discovered that the pre-trial conference for Kimber Lee’s criminal case, originally scheduled for January 3rd, 2023, has been rescheduled to February 6th. The event is now set to take place at 8:30 AM, and Judge Angela Cowden will preside over the proceedings. The reason for the continuance is she’s trying to set up depositions
Kimber Lee still faces several charges including DUI, Resisting an Officer with Violence, and Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer. You may find her court documentation below.
This legal matter stems from an incident on May 11th in Sebring, Florida, during which Frankele was charged with DUI, Resisting an Officer with Violence, and Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer. Frankele entered a plea of not guilty to all charges on July 7th, the same day she was officially charged. She opted to waive her right to a speedy trial and requested a public defender, citing her current financial inability to hire her own defense attorney. This request was granted.
According to the police report related to the May incident, Officer P.J. Roberts noted that on May 11th at 4:54 PM, he observed that the northbound lane on U.S. 27 was stopped in traffic despite a green light. He noticed a gray Kia Soul facing the wrong direction, obstructing the roadway. Roberts activated his emergency equipment and performed a U-turn to initiate a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle started moving, and as it made a left turn onto Alternate U.S. 27 South, it veered onto the paved shoulder, nearly colliding with the guardrail. The vehicle eventually turned into the parking lot of a shopping center and failed to stop until it reached a parking space.
In May 2023, Kimber Lee announced that she was leaving pro wrestling. Although she may be retired, this event in her life is still newsworthy, and we’re wishing her the best outcome possible when she can square away all of her legal issues.
Kimber Lee’s legal situation appears to be ongoing, with her pre-trial conference rescheduled to February 6th, 2023. This development gives her more time to prepare for her case. Given the charges she faces, including DUI and Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, the outcome of this legal matter will have a significant impact on her life. We’ll have to wait and see how it unfolds in court.