Former WWE Diva Sunny (real name Tammy Sytch) is making headlines once again – this time for being arrested three times in three days!
Former WWE Diva Tammy Sytch — who wrestled under the name Sunny — was arrested THREE times in THREE days … each arrest for “crimes related to domestic violence” … TMZ has learned.
The Branford Police in Connecticut tell us … 39-year-old Tammy was first arrested for disorderly conduct on September 11 at 8:55 PM … in an incident involving a man who was living in the house where the altercation took place.
Tammy was released the next day (Sept. 12) on $500 bond … and enjoyed several hours of freedom before ARREST #2 at 4:49 PM … when the former wrestler was popped for disorderly conduct and strangulation for an incident involving the same man. She was also charged with violating a restraining order.
Tammy was released the next day (Sept.13) on $25,000 bond … and enjoyed several hours of freedom before ARREST #3 at 8:00 PM … when she was popped for once again violating a restraining order. We’re told the incident also involved the same man.
Tammy was released the next day (today) on $2,500 bond … and is currently enjoying several hours of freedom.
In addition, The WWE has released a statement saying,
“As part of WWE’s Former Talent Program, we sent Ms. Sytch to rehabilitation three times, with all costs covered by WWE.”
“Unfortunately, Ms. Sytch continues to make poor personal choices. WWE will continue to provide assistance should she want to take advantage of it.”
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Sunny not so funny.
It’s nice that WWE is showing some consideration to their former talents.
I also respect WWE for assisting the needs of former troubled employees. I guess the reason athletes, in general, get in these situations because they’re not ‘on top’ anymore and feel depressed so turn to drugs/alcohol . It’s sad but that’s just life.
Remember, they’re not employees. That way, they don’t have to pay insurance. Maybe if they had it while they worked for WWE, the issue wouldn’t be as bad today.
How would that change the issue for today?
When a wrestler(or anybody in a tv role) has that type of schedule, knowing that you’d be taken care of if there were an injury would ease that pressure.