WWE Hall of Famer Sunny recently posted a $227,500 bond, but a judge has now revoked this, landing the controversial ex-wrestling valet back behind bars.
Tammy Lynn Sytch, better known to wrestling fans as Sunny, has had a troubled life to say the least, constantly in the headlines for her often-drunken arrest stories. Her most recent arrest came after she crashed into a motionless car, which caused the passing of a 75-year-old man, for which she paid a bond of $227,500 to be released from jail.
Days after this was reportedly posted, a Floridian judge is said to have revoked it, meaning Sunny will remain in prison until her trial begins. Upon the judgement being made at today’s hearing, Judge Karen Foxman claimed there was no reasonable way to keep the public safe while she’s in this state, as was reported by Claire Metz, a reporter with WESH 2.
Sunny was initially arrested on 6 May following the crash, which had occurred two months prior. A press release issued following the court hearing indicated that she is currently facing eight DUI-related charges, which include DUI manslaughter and driving with a suspended license; she’s alleged to have been driving with a suspended Pennsylvania driver’s license.
A testifying police officer suspected Sunny had an unsealed bottle of vehicle when the initial crash happened. It was reported prior to this that Sunny was found to be three-and-a-half times over the legal alcohol limit as she carelessly drove a 2012 Mercedes into the rear of a 2013 Kia Sorento.
Owing to her controversial life outwith the wrestling industry, there have been calls for WWE to remove Sunny from the Hall of Fame, but she remains a recognised inductee as of this writing. She was inducted into the Hall in 2011 by the then-WWE Divas division.
In 2022 alone, Sunny has been taken into custody on three occasions. Other than this arrest, the former valet of The Bodydonnas was arrested in January for terroristic threats and weapons charges, while February saw her taken away on multiple charges, including driving under the influence, reckless driving, and driving without a license.