WWE legend Sunny will be sentenced for involuntary manslaughter

WWE legend Sunny will be sentenced for involuntary manslaughter
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Sunny was an iconic figure in the WWE during the 1990s. His primary role was as manager of several wrestlers, providing support on the microphone and contributing to storylines.

Now, Tammy Lynn Sytchher real name, will be sentenced on November 27 for having caused a serious accident where an elderly person lost her life in 2022.

Tammy Sytch, WWE legend, faces charges of up to 25 years in prison (Special)

As the accident happened?

The middle Daily Mail He reported that 'Sunny' will face a sentence after being involved in a fatal collision with Julian Lasseter, 75, in Ormond Beach, Florida, in March 2022.

Lasseter lost his life as a result of the impact. The former fighter, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame WWE In 2011, he caused a serious accident when he crashed his Mercedes Benz into the back of a Kia Sorento that was stopped at a red light.

According toDaily MaillWitnesses to the incident reported that Tammy was going at a considerable speed when the collision occurred. Unfortunately, the victim was rushed to the hospital, but he did not manage to survive.

Toxicology tests revealed that Sytch had an alcohol level in blood three and a half times above the legal limit allowed. Additionally, it was found that he was driving without a valid license.

'Sunny' also pleaded guilty to other charges

Tammy Lynn Sytch finally accepted her responsibility in several positions, which include DUI homicide (driving under the influence) cause of deathcausing death while driving with a suspended or revoked license, four counts of DUI resulting in injury and three counts of DUI causing property damage.

Homicide by DUI represents the most serious charge and a third degree felony in Florida, as revealed DailyMail.

This offense carries a possible sentence of up to 15 years in prison, accompanied by a minimum jail sentence four years and a fine that could amount to up to 10 thousand dollars.

Who Tammy Lynn Sytch?

Tammy Lynn Sytch, known in the world of professional wrestling as "Sunny", is an American former wrestler and manager.He was born on December 7, 1972.

Sunny became one of the first WWE "Divas" and is considered by many to be one of the most influential women in the history of wrestling. Her beauty and skills on the microphone made her very popular among her fans.

Sunny, She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011. Induction into the WWE Hall of Fame is an honor bestowed upon those whose contributions to the world of wrestling have been significant and have left an indelible mark on the industry.

Despite her success in WWE, Sunny has faced nnumerous personal and legal problems after leaving the company, including legal issues related to driving under the influence (DUI).

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