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Hardy 911 call

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The Hardy 911 call is out and the link is on TMZ....

http://www.tmz.com/2...k-shes-on-coke/

According to Hardy, his girlfriend was allegedly on drugs while not in control of herself. Hardy himself called 911 for a police officer to escort her out of the home.

There is an additional 911 call from a neighbor who heard the scuffle. It is unclear if anything was seen by him.

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why am i looking at a giant picture of justin beiber

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Thanks

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I don't see it in the link

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kraken's voice is so deep wow

 

dude sounds legit terrified lmao

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Interesting...

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