WWE star Jimmy Uso has agreed a plea deal with cops over his arrest last month.

WWE star Jimmy Uso has agreed a plea deal with cops over his arrest last month.

The 33-year-old, whose real name is Jonathan Solofa Fatu, was travelling with his wife and fellow SmackDown performer Naomi when he was banged up.

Officers stopped them after spotting Naomi driving the wrong way down a one-way street on February 13 in downtown Detroit at 10.22pm.

Body cam footage, which can be viewed below, was released last week of his interaction with the arresting officers.

Uso was charged with disorderly conduct after getting out of the car, taking off his shirt and allegedly “squaring up” to the officers.

‘NO-CONTEST’

Now the SmackDown Live ace’s attorney, John Freeman, has told TMZ Sports his client pleaded “no-contest to interfering with a government employee in exchange for paying a $450 fine”.

Naomi took to Twitter shortly after the event to defend the actions of her man to a fan.

She wrote: “I was NOT ticketed, I was NOT drinking, leaving the lot I was unaware that it exits to a 1 way street (it was dark snow no signs no traffic I was pulled immediately made a mistake and I own it) as for my husband he’s more of a man you’ll ever be & I’ll leave it at that #blocked.”

Jimmy, who forms The Usos with twin brother Jey, went on to win the SmackDown Tag Team Titles days after the incident and they are set to defend them at WrestleMania.

Naomi, real name Trinity Fatu, married Jimmy in Maui on January 16, 2014.

Through their marriage, she is a member of the Anoaʻi family, a renowned Samoan-American wrestling dynasty, which include WWE legends such as The RockRoman Reigns, Yokozuna and their father Rikishi.

The couple reside in Pensacola, Florida.