Taya Valkyrie is headed to jail that isn't in Tennessee.
On Tuesday's IMPACT, it was revealed Taya Valkyrie was behind the shooting of John E. Bravo. Larry D was originally charged with the crime, but it was discovered by detective Acey Romero that Taya framed Larry D.
After being confronted by investigators Tommy Dreamer and Romero with hard evidence, Taya admitted to the crime.
Dreamer had her taken out by security and hauled off to 'jail.' Dreamer said if she's lucky, she's going to Jacksonville State Prison but if she isn't, she'll be going to Stamford Correctional for two years with an option for a third year. Romero said he hopes she doesn't end up in Baltimore.
According to PWInsider, Valkyrie's contract with IMPACT expired in December 2020. She worked IMPACT Hard to Kill, losing to Deonna Purrazzo. Fightful Select reported she was not present for the Sunday or Monday IMPACT tapings.
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