Sexyy Red has been making waves in both the music and professional wrestling scenes, notably with her recent appearances on NXT television. However, her rising momentum faced setback with an arrest just before NXT Battleground 2024.

The event kicked off with Sexyy Red as the host, adding an extra layer of excitement for fans. Despite her successful appearance at WWE NXT Battleground on Sunday, news emerged of her arrest over the weekend. According to TMZ, a physical altercation occurred on the morning of June 8th at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.

The incident involved a confrontation between Red’s group and another party. Footage obtained shows Red grabbing and waving a stanchion, although she did not physically engage in the fight.

The Port Authority claimed, “Still unclear what exactly led up to this bruhaha — but the Port Authority tells TMZ … Sexyy was ultimately arrested for disorderly conduct — while a couple others in the fight got booked on assault charges. As for the alleged victims … we’re told they went to the hospital for minor injuries.”


Currently, it is unclear whether WWE was aware of the incident before Sexyy Red’s hosting role at NXT Battleground. The impact of this arrest on her future appearances on NXT television remains uncertain.

As fans continue to enjoy her dynamic presence, only time will tell what the future holds for Sexyy Red in WWE and beyond. For more updates and developments on this story, keep checking back to Ringside News.

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