Tammy Sytch ARRESTED ... WWE Hall of Fame Manager Violated Parole

Tammy Sytch ARRESTED ... WWE Hall of Fame Manager Violated Parole

As we previously reported, Sytch is now behind bars in New Jersey for other charges - which include being a fugitive of justice stemming from prior convictions.

Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned Tammy Sytch - aka WWE Hall of Famer Sunny - has been arrested in Pennsylvania ... this according to police officials. The first was on January 23 in New Jersey and the second (again, in New Jersey) was on February 2, which also involved a auto accident that police say she fled from.

According to WrestleZone, Sytch was picked up Tuesday by the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office in New Jersey and charged with "Contempt - Disobedience / Resistance", with an initial bail charge of $2,500. That year, she was arrested five times in four weeks on a variety of charges, including burglary and domestic violence targeting her then-wrestler boyfriend, reported TMZ. The charges are related to Sytch not appearing before the court in two different jurisdictions.

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She was sentenced to 97 days in prison, but a judge gave her credit for 95 days she had spent in a rehabilitation facility and two days in jail. Her bond is reportedly $6,000.

In January 2016, Sytch pleaded guilty to driving while under suspension.

Run-ins with the law: In 2012, Sytch was repeatedly arrested in CT on domestic violence charges.

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Sytch was being held due to outstanding warrants and her status as a fugitive in the State of Pennsylvania.

Sunny, real name Tammy Synch had spells in WWE, ECW, and WCW as one of the most popular females of her time.

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