The story of Adam Rose - the former leader of the Exotic Express who was recently jailed has taken another turn as the suspended WWE superstar is no longer in Jail.
Rose who was suspended by the WWE last month for violating their Wellness policy has since been suspended indefinitely following his arrest.
A bleak future
It seems more and more unlikely that Rose will ever appear on WWE programming again given the recent events that have brought his personal life into ruin.
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Following his arrest on Wednesday Morning, Rose was suspended indefinitely by the WWE who issued a statement outlining their position on domestic violence.
"WWE has zero tolerance for matters involving domestic violence, and per our policy, Raymond Leppan has been suspended indefinitely following his arrest." - WWE statement
However there is some good news for Rose - whose real name, Raymond Leppan has been dragged through the mud in recent days.
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Rose has now been released from jail after a bond of $1,000 was paid - $500 for the misdemeanor domestic battery $500 for the felony of tampering with a witness.
Rose is no-where near out of the woods just yet though as he must return to court next month to face the charges against him.
In the meantime, he has been ordered to see his pastor for regular counselling until then but his WWE future hangs in the balance.
Rose is the third big name to have been suspended by WWE this year after Titus O'neil was suspended for an altercation with Vince McMahon.
Member of the Ascension Konnor was also suspended with Rose for also violating the company's wellness policy.
In the ring
Things hadn't quite been going well for Rose in the ring, as a member of the Social Outcasts, he hadn't quite gotten to a point where he was ever receiving a push up the roster.
The group went down very well with fans when they first started, but since then, they have failed to have any real impact.
Now seemingly returning to obscurity, the Social Outcasts will certainly be down one member for the foreseeable future.
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