Scott Steiner Files Lawsuit Against TNA For Allowing Jeff Hardy To Wrestle
Scott Steiner has filed a lawsuit against TNA alleging that he was injured because the company allowed Jeff Hardy to wrestle while drunk and possibly high. The lawsuit claims that Steiner suffered nerve damage in his shoulder because of Jeff’s “reckless, drunken wrestling” during a match in which Steiner and Bully Ray wrestled Hardy and RVD. The match took place on a November 3rd, 2011 house show. The suit also alleges that Hulk Hogan was in charge and made the decision to allow Jeff to work, and was responsible for “writing and approving the script for the match.”
Hogan was not booked on the card. Steiner is seeking $750,000 in damages, including the loss of consortium for his wife.