Tammy Sytch had found herself amid a controversy. She was reportedly involved in a fatal three-car crash on U.S. 1 on Friday, March 25 last year. According to the investigation, two witnesses said Sytch’s car was moving at a “high rate of speed” before colliding with Lasseter’s halted vehicle after Sytch failed to stop.
After that, Lasseter collided with a third vehicle. The driver of the vehicle hit by Sytch, identified as Julian Lafrancis Lasseter Jr. of Daytona Beach Shores, was transported to Halifax Health Medical Center. After being transported to the hospital, Lasseter died. Sytch pled not guilty to nine charges against her, including the DUI manslaughter.
Due to this, Sytch was arrested as it was determined that the wreck was her fault, and that was just the start of it. It was also reported that Sytch faces maximum prison sentence of 25 years after pleading no contest to DUI Manslaughter charges. After initially asserting her innocence to all charges, she changed her plea in court just before the case was set to go to trial.
According to PWInsider, Florida State Attorney RJ Larizza filed a sentencing memorandum on September 26th, in advance of her sentencing next month on numerous criminal charges before The Seventh Judicial Circuit Court.