Rich Swann has been suspended indefinitely by the WWE following an arrest Saturday night in Gainesville, Florida. A police report said Swann criticized her performance and the pair began arguing. She ended up jumping out while the auto was still (slowly) moving. Apparently Swann has a history of a temper and getting physical, as Riggs told police she feared the altercation would get physical and exited the vehicle.
Swann's wife reportedly ran from the auto and Swann emerged to follow her while yelling for his wife to return to the vehicle.
"WWE has zero tolerance for matters involving domestic violence, and per our policy, Rich Swann has been suspended indefinitely following his arrest", the company said in a statement this morning.
Swann then got out too and chased her, yelling at her to get back inside.
Following the incident, Swann was taken into custody by police and remains there as of today. The charges being filed against Rich Swann are "battery and kidnap/false imprisonment of an adult".
The kidnapping and false imprisonment charges could have Swann doing up to five years in prison and paying a $5,000 fine, as its a third-degree felony. You can see the full police report below from the Gainesville Police Twitter. It seems likely that he will be suspended at the very least given the WWE Domestic Abuse Policy, which reads as follows: "Upon arrest for such misconduct, a WWE talent will be immediately suspended".
He was set to face Drew Gulak in a number one contendership match for Enzo Amore's Cruiserweight Championship on Monday's Raw.
An Alachua County jail representative told ABC News that Swann made an appearance before a judge and is set to be released on his own recognizance on Sunday.