-- As noted earlier, former WWE performer Tammy Sytch, more famously known as Sunny, was arrested again Tuesday in Branford, Connecticut, TMZ.com reports. It is her second arrest in two days and her fifth in the past month.
Sytch, 39, was found intoxicated and sleeping at her prior residence at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, which violates protective orders issued for previous domestic violence charges. She was charged with violating a protective order, disorderly conduct, and criminal mischief.
Hours after posting $25,000 bail, she was taken into custody and charged with third degree burglary and three counts of violating a protective order.
The WWE Hall of Famer is currently being held without bail and is expected to be arraigned in New Haven court Wednesday morning.
In September, Sytch was arrested on three consecutive days due to domestic violence charges.
-- ECW alumnus Axl Rotten is pleading for Tammy Sytch (a/k/a Sunny) to receive help after she was arrested again Tuesday in Branford, Connecticut, on charges of third degree burglary and three counts of violating a protective order.
"Will someone PLEASE step in and help this woman," Rotten wrote. "I love her so much, I consider her a great friend. PLEASE Tammy get help. REAL HELP. Walk away from wrestling and get your life in order. Please do it for you!"
It was her second arrest in two days and fifth in the past month. She is currently being held without bail and is expected to be arraigned in New Haven court Wednesday morning.
Meanwhile, Sytch's latest arrest is the lead story on WTNH.com, the ABC-affiliated television station in New Haven, Connecticut. The news outlet has released details on the nature of her arrest on Monday, which resulted in the WWE Hall of Famer being charged with violating a protective order, disorderly conduct, and criminal mischief.
Her former boyfriend, independent wrestler Damien Darling, discovered Sytch lying on his sofa drunk and passed out, and called police. Law enforcement found a bottle of vodka, and his bathroom door damaged. Darling told police she locked herself in the bathroom as she was yelling and kicking. She then broke down the door.
Upon her arrest, police found Sytch hiding under a blanket on the bedroom floor, and slurring her words.
In September, Sytch was arrested on three consecutive days due to domestic violence charges. As she was being arraigned, WTNH.com discovered that Sytch has convictions in New Jersey from 2005, including possession of a hypodermic needle. That would indicate she was shooting pills or heroin.