WWE Hall of Famer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch has again been arrested on an outstanding bench warrant according to TMZ:
1:00PM PT — A Carbon County judge set Sytch’s bail at $2,000. She is still in custody. Sytch is due back in court in early December.
Tammy Sytch, better known as former WWE diva Sunny, got nailed by cops again … this time for skipping court dates from her last arrest.
Sytch was arrested on Wednesday in Pennsylvania for an outstanding bench warrant. The court issued the warrant when she missed not one, not two … but THREE hearings for her May arrest for DUI, careless driving, and driving on a suspended license.
Sytch is still in police custody, and has a hearing scheduled for Friday … when her bail amount will be set.
She’s been arrested multiple times since her WWE days, and served 4 months in prison for violating a restraining order.
As reported Tammy missed three hearings for her May arrest in a Wal-Mart parking lot which has left her in jail at the Carbon County Correctional Facility in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania.
Sytch was taken into custody on an active bench warrant that was issued on 9/3 after she missed three hearings regard to her 5/30 arrest in Mahoning Township, PA. Sytch was pulled over after driving erratically in a Wal-Mart parking lot, leading to charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and careless driving.
Sytch is scheduled to go before the presiding Judge in her case, Judge Joseph J. Matika today at 1:15 PM. It is entirely possible she will be held until her trial date. She is scheduled to stand trial on the charges on Monday 12/7.
Tammy was a part of the WWE in the Attitude Era managing the team of The Legion of Doom, she was released for an addiction to pain killers along with a slew of scheduled “no-shows” to appearances.
She went to ECW to be the manager of Chris Candido and stayed for about a year before the pair left the company. Prior to leaving Tammy was rumored to have been found passed out in her dressing room. Herself and Candido went to WCW to help Chris win the WCW Cruiserweight Championship however only a year later the pair would leave once more and once again the departure centered around drug addiction.