WWE Hall of Famer Tamara Lynn Sytch (Tammy Sytch) known by her ring name “Sunny,” recently found herself amid a controversy. She was reportedly involved in a fatal three-car crash on U.S. 1 on Friday, March 25, and Ormond Beach Police stated that the ongoing investigation might result in criminal charges. It was noted that Police in Florida received a potentially key piece of evidence in their investigation into the case.
Ormond Beach Police suspected Tammy “Sunny” Sytch was intoxicated when she caused the crash that killed 75-year-old Julian Lasseter Jr. of Daytona Beach Shores, Florida on March 25. Police say Sytch failed to stop while driving southbound on U.S. 1, just north of Granada Boulevard, when she crashed into a stopped vehicle.
Sunny bonded out of jail
Court records showed that Tammy Sytch bonded out of jail this afternoon following a court appearance this morning. Records stated that she was listed as “released” at 12:14 p.m. EST by utilizing a bail bondsman who posted a surety bond for her. The total bond amount listed was $227,500.
A search warrant was approved and executed to obtain a blood sample, which police were using to investigate if Sytch was impaired at the time of the crash. Sytch was formally charged on Friday. Records show that she was arrested yesterday evening and booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail facility in Daytona Beach, FL at 10:05 p.m. EST.
Sytch is facing between 4 and 30+ years in prison if convicted, and several thousand dollars in fines.
Tammy Sytch is still due in court on May 26, 2022, in New Jersey for a February arrest on eleven different charges, including operating under the influence of liquor or drug, driving after driver’s license/registration suspended/revoked, careless driving – likely to endanger person or property, reckless driving, failure to wear seat equipment – the responsibility of the driver, driving without a license, failure to possess a driver’s license, failure to possess driving registration, failure to possess an insurance card, failure to install interlock or drive a car without an interlock, and operating a motor vehicle during a license suspension – second violation. Sytch has pleaded not guilty to those charges.