The legal case involving WWE superstar Liv Morgan in Sumter County, Florida, has reached its conclusion.

In December 2023, Liv Morgan was arrested during traffic stop and faced charges of possession of marijuana (less than 20 grams), possession of drug equipment, and possession of drugs, potentially synthetic cannabinoid. The most serious charge, possession of drugs (possibly synthetic cannabinoid), was dropped in January due to a lack of evidence.

Late last month, Liv Morgan’s attorney entered plea of Nolo-Contendere for one of the charges. Nolo-Contendere means that Morgan accepted conviction as if a guilty plea had been entered but does not officially admit guilt to the charges.

As part of the legal resolution, Liv Morgan has been fined $543.00. The court records do not mention any further punishment beyond the fine.


In terms of her wrestling career, Liv Morgan made her return to WWE from injury at the 2024 Royal Rumble and is scheduled to compete at the WWE Elimination Chamber event in Perth, Australia, later this month.

Given the legal resolution of her case, how do you think Liv Morgan’s return to WWE and her upcoming appearance at the Elimination Chamber event might impact her career and storyline within the company? Are you looking forward to seeing her back in action? Let us know in the comments below.

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