Following her fourth arrest Monday, a protective order was set against Sytch that prevents her from assaulting, threatening, abusing, harassing, following, interfering with or stalking her ex-boyfriend. She was also ordered to stay away from his home, not contact him and not come within 100 yards of him.
After being released from jail on $25,000 bond Tuesday following her fourth arrest, a bail bondsman dropped Sytch off down the street from her ex-boyfriend’s home at approximately 4:00 p.m. According to police, she went to the home—violating the protective order—climbed the balcony and entered through an unlocked door.
At the police department, Sytch told law enforcement that she was at the home to gather her belongings—clothes and a cell phone. She knew her ex-boyfriend would not be home then, so she believed she was not in violation of the restraining order requiring her to stay 100 yards away from him by going to the unoccupied residence. She was caught after a neighbor spotted her at the residence.
As Sytch was being arraigned Wednesday, Public Defender certified intern Edward Murphy spoke on her behalf. He said she went back to the home because didn’t have a cell phone and didn’t know how to get to Branford police for an escort.
WWE spokesman Kevin Hennessy issued a statement saying they will continue to offer Sytch rehabilitation assistance. “Unfortunately, Ms. Sytch continues to make poor personal choices. WWE will continue to provide assistance should she want to take advantage of it,” the statement read.