WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy Sytch, also known in WWE as Sunny, has issued her first public comment since her arrest on charges of weapons possession and making “terroristic threats.”
The 49-year-old was taken was arrested in Keansburg, New Jersey, and taken into custody at Monmouth County Jail at 11 am. TMZ reported that Sytch has been charged with two counts of illegally possessing a weapon [that doesn’t seem to be a firearm] and one count of making terroristic threats.
TMZ has since followed up that initial report with more information on what led to Sytch’s arrest. Tammy Sytch is alleged to have threatened to kill her “intimate partner” with a pair of scissors. Court documents say that Sytch raised a pair of scissors “in the air towards her victim” while threatening to kill him.
A police officer that is reported to have witnessed events added that Sytch “appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol” at the time.
Now Sunny has taken to social media to break her silence on the ordeal, writing:
“I am ok. I am laying low for a bit. But I’m m ok. Don’t believe the media. Please don’t.”
The WWE Hall Of Famer followed up that message with two more that had a slightly different tone:
“I am a WARRIOR!!!!!! I will fight on!! #Taminator all day. Every day.”
“I don’t just survive. I thrive. I fight. I’m a warrior. Watch me next, b*tch.”
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.