The Usos have been pulled from this weekend’s SummerSlam Meet & Greet in Toronto.
Jimmy and Jey Uso were originally scheduled to appear at the SummerSlam Meet & Greet on Saturday August 10, but have since been pulled.
The reason behind the change has not been officially revealed, but due to Canada’s entry laws, Jimmy Uso could have issues crossing the border with his recent DUI.
According to the Government of Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship department, if you have have been convicted of driving while impaired, you may be inadmissible to enter Canada. New laws came into affect at the beginning of the year which made it even harder for people have had convictions to enter the country.
If you’ve been convicted of driving while impaired, you may be inadmissible to Canada for serious criminality. This means that you generally can’t enter Canada. Tougher penalties for impaired driving came into effect on December 18, 2018. If you committed an impaired driving offence before this date, we’ll determine if you’re inadmissible based on the penalties in force at the time.
Since Uso’s offense came after the date of date the new law came into affect, it may be harder for him to enter the country.
Jimmy Uso has a scheduled court date on August 15, 2019.