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Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch: WWE Hall of Famer Arrested For Porn Star On ‘Terror Threats’

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Tammy “Sunny” Sytch, 49, was taken into custody in Keansburg, New Jersey on Thursday morning, January 13

A WWE Hall of Famer-turned-pornstar has been arrested after allegedly making “terrorist threats”. Tammy “Sunny” Sytch, 49, was taken into custody in Keansburg, New Jersey on Thursday morning, January 13.

The former WWE Superstar has been accused of terrorist threats and unlawful gun possession. Court records obtained by TMZ say Sytch was booked into the Monmouth County Jail at 11 a.m. on Jan. 13. While she was charged with the above offenses, court records did not specify how the alleged crimes were committed.

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However, according to TMZ, the alleged weapon does not appear to be a firearm. It’s worth noting that a person convicted of illegal gun possession in New Jersey can be sentenced to up to five years in prison. Meanwhile, a charge of threats can carry a year in prison.

However, Sytch’s arrest on January 13 isn’t her first encounter with the law. The former WWE Diva was reportedly arrested for multiple alleged crimes, including hiding from cops in 2020. The Middletown Township Police Department arrested her in July of this year and she was committed to Monmouth County Correctional Institution in New Jersey. Records from the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office show that she was charged with evading a police officer, two counts of contempt or violation of a domestic violence restraining order, and “operating a motor vehicle during a second license suspension.” to have”. Her name was registered as Tamara Sytch, 47, and no bond was posted, according to records.

Deputy Chief Paul Bailey explained how Middletown Township police responded to a report of an argument and arrested Sytch for simple assault. She was released after the charges were filed and processed. However, a day later, officials responded to another report that Sytch had violated the terms of a restraining order. Police found her driving a motor vehicle and dressed her, but Sytch sped away and a brief chase followed before crashing into an empty, parked car on Russet Drive in Middletown. “The persecution lasted less than a minute and I would characterize it [her] as uncooperative,” Bailey told The Sun. She was subsequently arrested and taken to Hackensack Meridian Health Riverview Medical Center with minor injuries.

In February 2019, Sytch was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, and committed to the Carbon County Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania. At the request of her lawyers, she was released on parole within two days. However, the 2019 DWI charge was her sixth since 2015.

Sytch competed in the World Wrestling Federation (now World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE) from 1995 to 1998 after beginning her career with Smoky Mountain Wrestling. In 1996, she became the Internet’s most downloaded celebrity while wrestling in the WWF, according to America Online.

The wrestling diva went on to become manager and ring announcer and was eventually inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by the roster of WWE Divas in 2011. In 2020, Sytch opened an account on streaming site OnlyFans and made hundreds of thousands of dollars by posting adult photos and videos for a monthly subscription fee.

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