Charges stemming from a domestic violence incident between WWE Hall Of Famer Jerry Lawler and his fiancée Lauryn McBride were dropped on Friday.
The Commercial Appeal out of Memphis, Tennessee reports that Lawler’s attorney said the entire situation was a “big misunderstanding” that “won’t happen again.” He also said that he and his client were happy with the outcome.
Both Lawler and McBride were arrested on June 17th after the two were involved in a physical altercation. According to reports, McBride was intoxicated and the situation between herself and Lawler escalated to the point that he allegedly struck her in the head, pulled out a gun and told her to “go ahead and kill yourself.”
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