WWE Diva Legend Going To Jail For 25 Years?

WWE Hall of Famer Tamara Lynn Sytch (Tammy Sytch) known by her ring name “Sunny,” is set for trial. Over the years, she has faced multiple legal issues.



She found herself amid a controversy when she was involved in a fatal three-car crash on U.S. 1 on Friday, March 25. The former Sunny was arrested for DUI Manslaughter following the car accident that caused the death of 75-year-old Julian LaFrancis Lasseter of Daytona Beach.

Police said Sytch failed to stop while driving southbound on U.S. 1, just north of Granada Boulevard, when she crashed into a stopped vehicle. A blood test later revealed that Sytch was under the influence with a blood alcohol content of 0.280, which is three and half times the legal limit in the state in Florida.

It has been noted that on Wednesday, August 16th, Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch pleaded no contest to the DUI case.

The Daytona Beach News-Journal was present in court for the hearing. The WWE Hall of Famer pled not guilty in May 2022 to the same charges that resulted in a fatality in Ormond Beach, Florida. She changed her plea after reaching an agreement with prosecutors.

She has been held without bond at Volusia County Branch Jail since May of last year. When asked what her plea was, she responded, ‘No contest.’ When questioned, Sytch mentioned that she had been diagnosed with PTSD.

It has been noted that Sytch was also charged with four counts of D.U.I. with ‘damage to person’, two counts of that charge with ‘damage to property’. As a part of the agreement, Sytch would be sentenced to time-served on those six counts and the sentences would run simultaneously. She must serve a four-year sentence. Her representatives said they planned to call one or two possible experts to testify on Sytch’s behalf at the sentencing.

Assistant Public Defender Jessica Lindsey Roberts added that she would file a motion arguing why Sytch should receive a lower sentence than what is listed in the sentencing guidelines.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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