It was previously reported that Rich Swann was arrested over the weekend, on charges of battery and kidnap/false imprisonment of an adult.

According to a report from PWInsider, he has been released from prison, under his own recognizance.

From the report:

As a stipulation of his release, Swann had to sign a statement agreeing he would abide to an order that he would have “no direct or indirect hostile contact” with his wife, Vannarah Riggs, aka independent wrestler Su Yung. What that means is that he can be in contact with (and even live with) Riggs, but he cannot argue with, belittle, threaten, etc. her.

Swann was told he had to be in contact with court services within 24 hours of his release. A Judge has been assigned to his case, but there has yet to be a court hearing officially set.

You can see a clip of Swann competing below:

Rich Swann vs. Tony Nese: WWE 205 Live, Dec. 5, 2017

He has since been indefinitely suspended by WWE.

We will continue to monitor this story and provide any updates as they become available to us.

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