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Sunny Addresses Fatal Crash Incident, Claims Victim Had A Heart Attack

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WWE Hall Of Famer Sunny has responded to the allegations that she caused a car crash that led to a 75-year-old man losing his life.

Also known as Tammy Sytch, Sunny is no stranger to landing herself in legal trouble, having been arrested multiple times since the start of 2022. Back in January, the WWE Hall of Famer was arrested for terroristic threats and weapons charges, and she was taken into custody again in February for multiple charges. Both times, it was reported that she appeared to be under the influence.

A report from TMZ indicated that Sytch is once again in hot water after allegedly causing a car accident in which a 75-year-old man died. The report stated that police on the scene suspect she was under the influence of alcohol at the time. According to police documents, the accident occurred at about 8:28 pm on March 25th on US Highway 1 in Volusia County, Florida.

The documents state that Sytch was driving a 2012 Mercedes when she collided into the rear of a 2013 Kia Sorento that was stopped at a traffic light. The Kia then crashed into a 2011 GMC Yukon that had also been stopped at the light. According to police, witnesses claim that Sunny was driving at a “high rate of speed” before the collision.

Now Sunny has responded to someone on social media who questioned how fast she was going before the accident, claiming that the deceased man had suffered a heart attack:

“Hmmmabout 10 since I was slowing down to. Light. But he had a heart. Attack. Nothing to do with my seizure.”

This is far from Tammy Sytch’s first brush with the law. She spent 8 months in jail in 2018 after missing multiple court dates following several DUI charges. In February 2019, the 2011 WWE Hall Of Fame inductee was once again arrested for a DUI, her sixth arrest for that offence.