WWE Hall of Famer Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch sentenced to 17 years in prison


Former WWE Hall of Famer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch was punished to 17 years behind bars on Monday for triggering the fatality of a male while driving intoxicated.

The 50-year-old Sytch was likewise punished to 8 years probation after her prison time is full.

Sytch begged no competition to 8 costs in August: one matter of DUI wrongful death; driving while certificate put on hold with fatality; 4 matters of DUI with damages to individual; and 2 matters of DUI with damages to residential or commercial property.

Authorities claimed on March 25, 2022, 2 lorries were quit at a website traffic signal in Ormond Beach, Fla. A 3rd lorry was taking a trip in the very same southbound instructions on U.S. Highway 1 and fell short to quit and collapsed right into among the quit lorries, which created that lorry to after that collapse right into the various other lorry before it.

The motorist of the 2nd lorry was determined as Julian Lasseter, that was noticable dead at a health center. The motorist and guests in the 3rd lorry endured injuries however did not most likely to a health center. Sytch’s blood-alcohol degree was greater than 4 times the lawful restriction for the state of Florida.

Sytch was sworn in right into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011 and had numerous previous drunk-driving apprehensions. She offered 8 months behind bars for a DUI in 2018 and was butted in January 2022 with 2 matters of illegal ownership of a tool and one matter of terroristic dangers.

Sytch said sorry to Lassiter’s family members throughout her sentencing.

” A valuable life was shed that heartbreaking day and I’m so extremely sorry for that,” Sytch claimed. “I would certainly ask that you provide me the chance to compensate what I’ve done and after that to be launched to culture to add to it in one of the most favorable means feasible.”

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