As reported on Thursday, Tammy Sytch, also known as former WWE star Sunny, is once again behind bars after cops say she was a “fugitive from justice.” According to TMZ Sports, jail records showed that Sytch is currently locked up in New Jersey on contempt of court and fugitive from justice charges.
In a new report by TMZ, Sytch was arrested for DUI on two separate occasions before she was thrown in jail this week.
According to police record, Sytch was arrested in New Jersey on January 23 around 8:53 PM. The incident is Sytch’s 4th DUI citation that we know of.
But Sytch got into more trouble on Feb. 2 when she was involved in a car accident in New Jersey around 8:52 a.m. Cops say she fled the scene, but was tracked down and later cited for DUI, as well as leaving the scene of an accident.
According to PWInsider.com, Sytch could be sent back to Pennsylvania for previous charges that could imprison her for up to five years, plus additional penalties.
Sytch, who turned 45 years old in December, has been arrested several times over the years. In 2012, she was arrested five times in a four-week span, for disorderly conduct, third-degree burglary, and three counts of violating a protective order. She was arrested a sixth time in January 2013, also for violating a protective order. She served 114 days in jail and was released in May 2013.
In January 2016, Sytch pleaded guilty to driving while under suspension. On August 18, 2016, a judge sentenced her to 90 days in jail but counted her 97 days in rehab as jail credit. On September 23, 2016, 18 days into her probation, Sytch was arrested for violating her parole. The arrest was due to three DUI arrests in 2015. Sytch remained in jail on these charges through her arraignment in January 2017. She was fined $1,496.45 for the remaining charges and released on February 3, 2017.
Sytch has been active on the independent wrestling scene in recent months with autograph signings and appearances at shows. She appeared for MCW Pro Wrestling last Saturday in Hollywood, Maryland, managing fellow WWE Hall of Famer “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan to a win over MCW regular Joe Keys.
— K. Taylor (@KevinT2017) March 1, 2018