Controversial WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch Has Been Released From Prison
Former WWE Superstar and Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch was arrested last year and charged with a number of offences. Having spent the last few months in prison, Sunny is now a free woman (for the time being).
To say WWE Hall of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch tends to find herself in trouble with the law would be a massive understatement. After only getting released from prison back in February of 2020, Sytch was arrested by the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office several months later and charged with the following:
Eluding Police Officer; Contempt/Violate Domestic Violence Restraining Order; Operating Motor Vehicle during second license suspension; Contempt/Violate Domestic Violence Restraining Order.
This time, Tammy ended up serving some significant jail time, and was only released this week according to PW Mania. Now that she's a free woman, let's hope she's able to stay on the straight and narrow - although, to be honest, many would find it difficult to care one way or the other.
Sytch has not done much to ingratiate herself to... well, anyone over the past few years, having harassed countless people online, implied that suicide victim Hana Kimura was weak for taking her own life, and showing contempt for the BLM movement - to name just a few of her more recent gems.
Hey, maybe these outburst were a cry for help (we're being nice today), so we'll see how she uses this opportunity to turn her life around.