Former WWE performer Tamara Sytch, famously known as Sunny, is due to appear in court on Oct. 30 after being arrested for the fifth time in one month Tuesday and her second time in less than 24-hours, for allegedly violating a protective order stemming from an original September arrest. WFSB Channel 3 in Connecticut aired a news story on the matter Wednesday night, with comments from the victim.
The WWE Hall of Famer was arrested Monday night after police were called to her former Branford, Conn. home where she was found intoxicated. Law enforcement said her being inside the home violates protective orders issued by the court for previous domestic violence arrests.
After being released from jail on $25,000 bond Tuesday following her fourth arrest, a bail bondsman dropped Sytch off down the street from her ex-boyfriend’s home at approximately 4:00 p.m. A neighbor of the apartment complex noticed Sytch on the property again and she was subsequently arrested by police.
WFSB Channel 3 asked the bail bondsman for comment on the matter, but would not respond.
One neighbor who did not want to be identified discussed the matter to the news station. “She’s a really nice person,” the neighbor said. “She needs help and obviously she needs more help now because she loves the wrong guy.”
The victim, Damien Selvaggio, known on the independent wrestling circuit as Damien Darling, told WFSB Channel 3 that the only person who can help Sytch is herself.
“When Tamara is sober she is an amazing person, but when she drinks, she is an uncontrollable, violent Demon,” he said in a statement.
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