Former TNA Star ‘Wildcat’ Chris Harris Arrested In Kentucky
Photo Credit: Kenton County Detention Center
‘Wildcat’ Chris Harris was recently arrested for multiple motor vehicle-related charges, including operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
According to police records from the Kenton County Detention Center, Chris Harris was arrested on Tuesday, October 5 in Kenton County, Kentucky and charged on multiple accounts, including operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and failure to produce proof of insurance. Harris was booked in jail on October 5 before being released the next morning on $2500 bail. Harris will appear in court for the arrest on November 2.
Chris Harris, 47, is a former TNA Wrestling star that is most known for his work with James Storm as the “America’s Most Wanted” tag team. He also briefly worked for WWE as “Braden Walker.” Harris is a seven-time NWA World Tag Team Champion, winning the title six times with Storm, and another with Elix Skipper.
Harris has not wrestled since 2018, but he’s made several live appearances over the years. He was scheduled to appear at TNA: No Place Like Home in Tampa last year, but the event was ultimately canceled due to the pandemic. Chris Harris last appeared on IMPACT Wrestling television in March, making a cameo in honor of James Storm’s 1000th wrestling match against Eric Young on the March 30 episode of IMPACT Wrestling on AXS.