Tammy Sytch Given 17 Years In Prison For DUI Manslaughter

Tammy Sytch, also known as Sunny, was sentenced to 17 years in prison for DUI manslaughter. The WWE Hall of Famer addressed the courtroom.

Tammy Sytch Prison 17 Years
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Tammy Sytch, also known as Sunny, was sentenced to 17 years in prison for DUI manslaughter. The WWE Hall of Famer addressed the courtroom.

Tammy Sytch Given 17 Years In Prison For DUI Manslaughter

Tammy Sytch, known to many as Sunny in WWE, was sentenced to 17 years in prison earlier today. The ruling, which was handed down by a New Jersey court, came after a traffic accident in March 2022.

Sytch was responsible for the death of a 75 year old man. The WWE Hall of Famer, who turns 50 in about two weeks, was facing 25 years.

She will serve 8 years probation upon being released in 2040. That would place her around 67 years old when she gets out.

This is not the first time Sytch has been in trouble with the law. She has several DUI charges, making death threats, domestic violence and more.

This will not be her first time behind bars either, but it will certainly be the longest.

Before the ruling, Tammy Sytch made an emotional statement to the victim’s family. She spoke about wanting to be a doctor and helping others.

Statement To The Family

“I have done something horrible, but I am so much more than the worst that I have done,” said Sytch. “So,I try to think about the good I’ve done, because when I think about what I did to the Lasseter Family that tragic day, for a stupid decision, I feel the regret and remorse deep inside my soul.”

“I know how it hurts and how it tears you up, and for that, I am truly sorry, I know my words are not enough, but please know that I will do everything I can to make sure that this never happens again.”

At one time, Sunny was seen as the top female of WWE and maybe all of pro wrestling. Drug addiction saw her spiral out of control and it led us to today.

Tammy Sytch
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Honestly, this was overdue as she has broken laws several times and put many people at risk.

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