Due to the recent allegations made against him, AEW is examining Jimmy Havoc’s position in the company.
Havoc himself is seemingly taking time away from the ring to go into a substance abuse rehabilitation program.
“We wish Jimmy Havoc all the best as he receives treatment and counseling in an effort to overcome the mental health and substance abuse challenges in his life. We are aware of various reports related to Jimmy. We are evaluating his status with our company and will address it when he has successfully completed his rehabilitation,” said the company in a statement.
On Thursday, a woman claiming to be an ex-girlfriend of Havoc accused him of being abusive towards her.
This story isn’t in any order. A lot of my memory of this abuse is disordered because i was battling drink and substance abuse to cope. That DOES NOT make it invalid.
I’m #speakingout because I dont want anyone else to be hurt. And I don’t think i’m alone.
TW: relationship abuse pic.twitter.com/JTRmKGCDoT
— REBECCA CROW (she/he/they) (@katsandcrows) June 18, 2020
Havoc had just joined Penelope Ford and Kip Sabian as the Superbad Death Squad in AEW. This week, they failed to wrest the AEW Tag Team Championships from champions Kenny Omega and Adam Page.
- Aug. 13, 2020: AEW cuts include Jimmy Havoc
- July 14, 2017: ‘I’m very good at being Jimmy Havoc’
- Nov. 10, 2016: Jimmy Havoc’s return means trouble worldwide
- Twitter: @JimmyHavoc