After being arrested in Connecticut three times this week due to her boyfriend's complaints of domestic violence, WWE Hall of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch asked for privacy from her Facebook friends as they resolve their issues.
She wrote Saturday afternoon, "To everyone: NO ONE knows the real story of what happened this week, So please respect both Damien Darling and my privacy as we work through this unfortunate turn of events. Thank you."
As noted earlier here on the website, The Associated Press has picked up the story on former WWE performer Tammy Sytch, famously known as Sunny, being arrested in Connecticut three times this week on domestic violence complaints.
According to Branford police, Sytch was arrested Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on charges including disorderly conduct and violating a protective order.
Sytch addressed the domestic incidents on Facebook Friday night, writing, "Lesson to men: Cheat on a good woman, You get choked out."
Sytch also posted on Facebook that she was approached to appear on Dr. Phil's show to talk about her problems. She wrote: "The Dr. Phil show contacted me today to go on and tell my story. Hmm... decisions, decisions."
Sytch appeared in New Haven Superior Court on Friday. The complaints were filed by Darling and the incidents took place at his home at 33 Stone Ridge Lane in Branford, Connecticut, where Sytch had recently moved in. The incidents began as an argument and led to the choking, which led to the arrests.
WWE has noted that Sytch was last under contract for them in 1998 and that it has paid for rehab three times. They also said they would continue to do so if she wants it. This will be her fourth stint in rehab. Her most recent stint happened after July 13 when she was admitted to an emergency room after consuming a large amount of vodka. When she completed the program in August she said she was sober.