"Wrestling for first time in 2 months tonight! #BlownUp??"
-- Former WWE Diva and Hall of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch has was written an apology to WWE after public remarks she made about her rehab treatment. According to a report by Dave Meltzer, Sytch stated she made the comments out of anger, frustration and blamed not taking her prescribed medication for putting her in a bad state of mind.
Sytch had stated in a recent interview with Kayfabe Commentaries that WWE had made the decision to no longer fund her rehab claiming they moved her to a cheaper facility after Linda McMahon's second failed U.S. Senate bid in Connecticut. She also claimed that when she confronted the company about the decision and why they would do it for Scott Hall and not her, she stated WWE told her she "wasn't Scott Hall." Sytch admitted the real reason they switched rehab facilities was because WWE felt the second place would be better at addressing her problems and that it wasn't a cost issue. That decision was based off a recommendation given to WWE. Sytch also said she wanted to apologize to Scott Hall.