Ron “R-Truth” Killings suspended from WWE for 30 days

Ron “R-Truth” Killings has been suspended from WWE due to a violation of the company’s Wellness Policy.

The official statement on the WWE website reads: “In accordance with the Talent Wellness Program, WWE has suspended Ron Killings (R-Truth) for 30 days effective immediately for his first violation of the company’s policy.”

At the weekend, Wrestling Observer editor Dave Meltzer reported that Evan Bourne and another wrestler higher up the card failed a recent drugs test, which saw Bourne suspended for 30 days.

At the end of RAW, The Miz turned on R-Truth and delivered a beat-down on his former tag team partner.

Updated: Tuesday 22 November 2011
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