1:53 PM PT -- According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Hardy had a BAC of .294 following his arrest early Monday morning.
In police documents, obtained by TMZ Sports, officers say they pulled over Hardy after claiming he was driving a white Dodge Charger erratically on Volusia County highways.
In the documents, police say they received four separate calls regarding the Charger's "poor driving pattern." Cops say when they finally caught up to the vehicle, it was "traveling significantly under the speed limit, weaving across travel lanes, and running off the shoulder of the roadway."
Cops say during the stop, the 44-year-old wrestler "appeared to be in a stupor and confused."
Officers say when they finally got Hardy out of his vehicle, he reeked of booze, and, during field sobriety tests, displayed multiple signs of being impaired.
They arrested him on the scene, and say when they took him back to the station, two of his breath samples yielded BAC readings of .294 and .291. The legal limit in Florida is .08.
Cops also noted in the docs Hardy's license was suspended following his two previous convictions for driving under the influence. They also noted he "had a driving restriction which required him to have an interlock device in his vehicle," which they said his Charger did not have.
AEW star Jeff Hardyhas been arrested again, TMZ Sports has confirmed.
Jail records show he was booked in Volusia County, Fla. on Monday morning ... and took a mug shot.
Details surrounding the specific allegations against Hardy are unclear ... but court records show he's been charged with felony DUI, misdemeanor violating restrictions placed on driver's license, as well as misdemeanor driving while license canceled, suspended or revoked.
The records show he's due in court Tuesday for a hearing on the matter.
It's the third time since 2018 that Hardy has been accused of driving while under the influence. In March 2018, he was charged with DWI in North Carolina after getting into a car wreck. He was arrested again for DWI in North Carolina in Oct. 2019.
WWE/After The Bell with Corey Graves
In the months following the 2019 arrest, Hardy admitted he had problems with substance abuse on the "After The Bell" podcast with Corey Graves ... sayingon the show that he was receiving professional help.
Hardy was slated to wrestle with his brother, Matt Hardy, on AEW Dynamite later this week. It's unclear if that match will still go on.