Former WWE producer/trainer and in-ring veteran Sarah Stock was previously arrested on Oct. 4 in Evansville, Indiana. She had been released shortly thereafter. Court records indicated that she was taken into custody for aggravated battery, resisting law enforcement, public intoxication, and disorderly conduct.
According to Stock, she posted on Twitter that the case has been resolved. She adds that she paid a small fine and all charges have been dismissed except for one misdemeanor.
Stock was released from WWE in April along with several other personnel during their cutbacks as a result of the current health pandemic. Prior to that, she was most known for her time in TNA. She was part of the Mexican America stable under the name Sarita with Rosita (now known as Zelina Vega) as they became TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champions. Stock was also the inaugural Knockouts Tag Team Champion along with Taylor Wilde.
IMPACT is bringing back the tag titles at their upcoming event in January named Hard to Kill. Leading up to this they will have an eight-team tournament. Knowing there aren’t eight teams in the Knockouts division, this leads to speculation that Stock may return and join with Wilde to participate in the tournament.
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