WWE Hall of Famer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch was arrested in New Jersey, according to a report from Pwinsider. As of Sunday night, she was incarcerated in Monmouth County Corrections in Freehold and will be spending the night in the facility before she’ll likely go before a judge tomorrow (Monday).
A bench warrant was issued for her arrest in the state of Pennsylvania on February 15th. Also, the Carbon County Probation Department reportedly filed a motion that would revoke Sytch’s October 2018 parole. This took place on the same day her bench warrant was issued. According to court records, Sytch made payments of $120 in October and November 2018 as part of a payment plan to reimburse the state of Pennsylvania for the costs in her legal cases. Despite the initial payments after she got out of jail, she has not made any additional payments since that time. The parole violation looks to be something different, possibly a failed drug test, no-showing a meeting with her PO, not completing her community service, etc. but that is not confirmed as of this writing.
As previously reported here on eWn, Sytch was arrested in New Jersey in 2018 for failing to appear in court for her two DUI arrests. At the time, authorities learned that she was technically a fugitive from justice after a motion was filed in August 2017 in Pennsylvania that requested her February 2017 parole from Carbon County, Pennsylvania to be revoked. This all stems from her previous DUI charges in 2015, where she reportedly had three separate incidents that summer. She eventually pled guilty to DUI in all three cases, including one count of driving without a license. The court dismissed the lesser charges as part of her guilty plea.
Later in August 2016, a judge sentenced her to 97 days in prison. She was then given credit for 95 days in an in-patient rehab facility. WWE reportedly paid the final 60 days of her rehab. This came after reversing a previous decision to cut her off from assistance due to their Wellness Policy because Sytch criticized the previous rehab sessions WWE wanted to send her to in a previous DVD interview. She also received credit for spending two days in jail.
Her sentence also included five years of probation. That includes bi-weekly alcohol and drug testing, 125 hours of community service, and fines of $2,100. She was warned by the judge that if she got into trouble during her probation that there would be consequences.
About 18 days later, Sytch was arrested again in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. For this incident, she later plead guilty to driving without a license, driving an unregistered vehicle, operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility (no insurance), displaying plate card in an improper vehicle (license plates placed on a car to which they didn’t belong), operating a vehicle without valid inspection, and driving without Evidence of an Emission Inspection. She was fined $1,496.45 as part of an agreement with prosecutors to drop the most severe charge against her in receiving stolen property.
Sytch was reportedly planning a Comeback/Farewell Tour for 2018-19, which she announced on her social media pages.