The Courant out of Connecticut has picked up on the arrest of Emma.
According to their report, Emma, whose real name is Tenille Dashwood, appeared in community court on Tuesday and was told to do community service, according to her lawyer Hubert Santos.
Santos said Emma's arrest was a mistake and that she was using the self-checkout machine at the Hartford Walmart on Monday afternoon when she bought about $30 of items but forgot to pay for a case for an iPod or iPad.
The Courant published the same statement that WWE released to us here at WrestlingNewsWorld.com. They noted WWE didn't say if her status as an employee had changed, although what they meant to say was her status as an independent contractor.
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