Hardy was arrested on charges of assault on a female and communicating threats on May 13. The arrest warrant reveals that he was accused of throwing his former girlfriend to the floor and into the bathtub, slamming her against a futon filled with assault weapons and threatening to kill her.
Hardy's attorney has maintained that the woman was attacking Hardy and a friend and wouldn't leave the premises. It was Hardy who called 911 when the woman would not leave.
Hardy was found guilty by a judge on July 15, but the case will be tried again -- this time before a jury -- in mid-November. If the sentence is upheld, he faces 60 days in jail and 18 months' probation.