Nashville City Paper is reporting Scott Steiner's new lawsuit against TNA Impact Wrestling includes allegations that the company allowed Jeff Hardy to compete under the influence, and it resulted in Steiner being injured. The match in question took place last year in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, and the suit states the following:
“[TNA] knew or should have known that their agent, employee, representative, and/or servant was too incapacitated, intoxicated and/or under the influence of a controlled substance and should not have been allowed to enter the ring thus endangering the life, health, well being and safety of Scott Rechsteiner.”
The hearing is scheduled for November 30th in Davidson County Court, and Steiner is seeking $750,000 in damages, including loss of consortium to his wife. You can view the entire article at this link.