Why is former WWE diva Tammy Sytch AKA Sunny facing potential 25-year imprisonment? Investigating the legal severities of the 50-year-old

During the 1990s, Tammy Sytch, known as “Sunny” in WW, valeted for her lover, Chris Candido, a wrestler known as “Skip.” Tom Prichard, as “Zip,” rounded out the heel team, and together they were known as “The Bodydonnas.”

After her lover passed away, she was included in the documentary series “Dark Side of the Ring” because of the struggles she had to overcome. Tammy herself has had challenges and legal concerns that might end in a long prison term.

Tammy Sytch deemed ‘danger to the state’

Tammy “Sunny” Sytch was considered to be a “danger to the state” before she got her DUI murder penalty. She is accused of DUI murder, driving while her license is suspended, and damaging property.

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In 2012, Sytch got into trouble with the law enforcement when he was arrested for the fifth time in four weeks. On March 25, 2022, she was in a car accident that killed a 75-year-old guy. This made her situation even worse. If she is found guilty of killing Julian Fran Lasseter, she could go to jail for 25 years.

According to Fightful report, court documents state that Sytch was driving a 2012 Mercedes vehicle when the accident occurred, causing multiple cars to swerve. Mr. Lasseter tragically died immediately after the crash, leading her to admit to consuming vodka before getting behind the wheel.

During a search of the car, the police discovered a roasted chicken, a glass, and Grey Goose Vodka in the passenger seat. Her blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was significantly higher than 0.08%. Sunny has pleaded no contest to one count of driving with a suspended license causing death and to other DUI-related charges that resulted in property damage in Ormond Beach, Florida.

Sunny’s alleged affair with Bret Hart

Bret Hart and Sunny were often seen together but consistently denied any affair claims. Shawn Michaels was among many who believed the rumors. On an episode of Raw in May 1997, Bret Hart challenged Shawn Michaels to a match at the King of the Ring PPV with a unique stipulation.

Reportedly, Shawn made a provocative remark while under the influence of alcohol during the promotion. Neither Bret nor anybody else in the locker room saw this coming, but others explained it afterward.

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Bret’s personal life was complicated by Mrs. Hart’s reaction to the advertisement. Due to this lack of confidence in Michaels, Bret decided to withdraw from their King of the Ring bout. In the Attitude Era, Bret Hart labeled the claim as ‘ludicrous’ and had no clue where it came from. He stated that the female wrestlers were his friends, but he never dated Sunny.

In your perspective, how harsh do you believe the court’s sentence against her was? Please share your thoughts in the comments!


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