Associated Press Picks Up On Angle's DUI

Even more bad news for Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle, as the Associated Press has picked up on him having to stand trial for driving under the influence. Below is the article released today:

Pro wrestler, Olympic medalist Angle to stand trial for DUI


CORAOPOLIS, Pa. (AP) – Professional wrestler and Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle has been ordered to stand trial on a drunken driving charge.

Moon Township police say they charged 39-year-old Angle on Sept. 28 after a motorist told them Angle cut her off while pulling out of a bar parking lot that afternoon.

A police officer testified Tuesday he went to Angle's Moon Township home, where the wrestler admitted to driving the vehicle and drinking a few beers at the bar that day. Police say Angle failed field sobriety tests and refused a blood test.

Angle's attorney says police couldn't place Angle in the vehicle at a specific time.

Angle won a gold medal in the 1996 Summer Olympics.