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Tammy Sytch also known as Sunny is behind bars over a fatal car crash

Tammy Sytch also known as Sunny is behind bars over a fatal car crash

Tammy Sytch Sunny

Tammy Sytch also known as Sunny is behind bars over a fatal car crash
Tammy Sytch also known as Sunny is behind bars over a fatal car crash

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Tammy Sych -aka “Sunny” in the ring – is behind bars in a fatal car accident last month that police say was caused by her being under the influence.

The former WWE star was arrested Friday night and transferred to the Volusia County Jail – where she is booked for a number of charges…including first-degree murder, the most serious of crimes. She was also categorized on 8 other counts, most of them DUI related.

The indictment accuses her of driving with an unqualified driver’s license and then causing significant bodily injury and/or death as a result. Its bond total has been set at more than 220 ki.

One count was booked for her accusing her of driving with a suspended/revoked licence, and then causing significant bodily harm and/or death as a result.
Her bond total was set at more than $220,000.

You’ll remember… All these ties back to a horrific incident that Sytch says began in late March – although it’s unclear why she was simply arrested for this now, more than a month later.

Cops announced that Sytch was cruising down a highway with an overspeeding charge when she again collided with another vehicle in the street that had been stopped at a nice visitor.

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The driver was taken to hospital but died of their accidents. This patient is said to be 75-year-old Julian Lasseter.

Sych faces a serious prison sentence if convicted on these new charges. Keep in mind that the former wrestler has been arrested for drinking and driving at least 6 different times prior to this.

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