Report: WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch Arrested In New Jersey

Tammy Sytch has ran into trouble with law.

While details are scarce, PWInsider has learned that WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch has been arrested. She was detained in New Jersey on Saturday and is currently being held at the 'Monmouth County Correctional Institution' in Freehold, New Jersey.

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The site has also learned that there was a bench warrant issued for Tammy Sytch in state of Pennsylvania on February 15th and it was on that same day that the 'Carbon County Adult Probation' establishment in Pennsylvania filed a motion to revoke Tammy's parole that was put into play in October of 2018. This is not Tammy Sytch's first run-in with the law as her legal troubles began back in 2012 when she was arrested multiple times within the span of a week.

In 2013, Sytch did an interview during-which she critiqued WWE for how they handled her rehabilitation to-which WWE responded with an official statement which read that they've done all that they could to help the WWE Hall Of Famer. In January of 2016, after pleading guilty to driving while under suspension, Tammy served 90 days in jail and spent three months in rehab. Sytch ran into trouble with the law in February of 2018 and was wrapped up in legal trouble throughout the year until she was placed on parole in October.

As more details come to the light about Tammy Sytch's recent arrest, we will update you here on Fightful.


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