WWE: Cameron Suspended for 15 Days!

Following her DUI arrest on August 24 and her subsequent failure to inform WWE management of the incident, F4WOnline.com is reporting that Cameron (Arianne Andrew) has been suspended for fifteen days by the WWE, which will keep her off of the road until September 14. Cameron was sent home from WWE’s Australian tour on Friday to begin serving her suspension.

Cameron was arrested for driving under the influence in Tampa Bay, FL on August 24 and reportedly tried to bribe her arresting officers with a $10,000 payoff to not arrest her because she did not want to lose her job. Cameron was later released on a $500 bond, but the big issue came about when she did not inform the WWE of her arrest and the company did not even know about it until reports began to surface online. A representative for the WWE told TMZ.com, “Ariane [Cameron] did not alert us to this matter, we are investigating and will take appropriate action.”

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