Big WWE News: RAW Superstar Suspended for Wellness Policy Violation

WWE.com has announced that RAW Superstar R-Truth (Ron Killings) has been suspended for 30 days for his first violation of the WWE Wellness Policy. R-Truth was caught smoking the synthetic marijuana called “Spice” with the already suspended Evan Bourne. WWE opted to wait until after R-Truth teamed with The Miz to face The Rock & John Cena at Survivor Series to suspend Truth so not to mess up the major angle. This also explains the abrupt breaking up of Awesome Truth on last night’s RAW SuperShow. R-Truth will be allowed to return anytime on or after December 22, which means that Truth will not be able to be a part of WWE TLC (which will be on December 18).

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