Swann was allegedly critiquing his wife's performance that night and was getting angry while talking to her.
A witness told police that Swann didn't park the vehicle and that it crashed into a telephone pole.
Su Yung is said to have jumped out of a moving vehicle because she was fearful of what Swann might do to her next.
Swann's wife reportedly ran from the auto and Swann emerged to follow her while yelling for his wife to return to the vehicle.
Swann told officers that he didn't touch his wife and that she got into the vehicle on her own.
There's now no word on how the WWE will be handling the Rich Swann situation; he'd been an active member of the 205 Live roster since its inception, and many felt he was working his way back into title contention. The charges being filed against Rich Swann are "battery and kidnap/false imprisonment of an adult".
Swann denied grabbing Riggs in his statement to the police, claiming he was just trying to get home and was relying on her phone which had Global Positioning System.
The Gainesville Police Department has released a police report via their twitter page outlining the incident for which Swann has been charged. The Alachua County Sheriff in Florida says Swann was taken into custody around 12 AM and no bail amount has been posted.
WWE has shown in the past that the company has a zero tolerance policy for any situation involving domestic violence, and today it was announced that the former Cruiserweight Champion has been suspended indefinitely.
In Florida, kidnapping/false imprisonment is a third-degree felony punishable for up to five years and Battery is a first degree misdemeanour with a penalty of up to one year behind bars.