Gionna Daddio, known in WWE under the name Liv Morgan, was arrested on a drug possession charge in Florida on Thursday.
A Sumter County Sheriff’s officer observed a vehicle in the city of Bushnell, about 45 miles west of Orlando, driving in and out lanes erratically on Thursday night, according to an arrest report obtained by USA TODAY Sports. The officer conducted a traffic stop and “immediately smelled the odor of marijuana” in the vehicle driven by Morgan.
Morgan was detained after she told officers marijuana was in the vehicle but she did not have a medical marijuana card, according to the report. Officers searched Morgan’s vehicle and found a plastic bag with marijuana and a vape pen with an “oil-like substance.” Morgan was then arrested.
The WWE star was booked into Sumter County jail and charged with possession of a synthetic cannabinoid, a third-degree felony, and a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, according to jail records. Morgan was released after posting a $3,000 bond.
The use of synthetic cannabinoids is prohibited by WWE “even if purchased as an over the counter medication without a prescription” under its substance abuse and drug testing policy. USA TODAY Sports reached out to WWE but the organization had yet to comment.
A former Smackdown women’s and two-time women’s tag team champion, Morgan has been out with an injury for nearly six months. She has made various appearance outside of the ring since then, including taking in…