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Jim the Anvil Neidhardt Arrested

Famous former WWF Wrestler has been arrested in the Tampa bay, Florida area. Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart was incarcerated over the Labor day holiday vacation because he broke into his neighbors home and posssesed Oxy-Contin and other contorlled substances as well as a burglary charge. 
 
In a town just east of Tampa off of I-10 called Thonotosassa known for having a very diffucult name to pronounce had the former mouth of the south tag team wrestling champion causing a ruccus at a fueling station and was spotted opening and eating pills that he removed from the trunk of his automobile.

By the time the cops arrived, Neidhart was "ingesting multiple pills that he dropped on the ground while inside the trunk of his vehicle," according to the documented arrest report. Followed by an argument with law enforcement which than lead to a search of his trunk with Neidhardt detained. 
 
The police found 55.6 grams of Oxycontin which is known to many kids as synthetic heroin (a very strong painkiller) and 17.4 grams of methadone. To make matters worse the prescriptions were under his neighbor Mary Cutillo's name.
 
Mary Cutillo who was friends with the former WWF wrestler reported her home had been broken into and her meds were gone.

The anvil has been alleged to have pried open the back door of  her home and took her medicine which cost more than three-hundred dollars. 
 
He showed up to court on Labor Day  morning and has been charged with 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, 1count of burglary of an occupied dwelling and 1 count of grand theft. As of right now he's still in the big house as the judge set bond at $138,500.00 and no one not even Brett Hart or Vince McMahon has freed the former star. 
 
 

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