WWE legend Tammy Sytch confronts significant prison term after entering no contest plea in DUI causing death case.
Following her allegedly car crash involvement, WWE legend Tammy Sytch pleaded a no contest plea for DUI causing death and possibly faces 25 years of imprisonment.
According to an article published by Metro, WWE legend Tammy Sytch was one of eight individuals who faced charges for their alleged involvement in a fatal car crash last May 2022, where a 75-year-old man lost his life due to drunk driving, an incident that had occurred two months earlier. Initially, she declared her innocence by pleading not guilty to all charges. However, during a court session in Volusia County on a Wednesday afternoon, she changed her pleas and is now confronted with the possibility of a 25-year prison sentence.
After entering a no contest plea for the charge of causing death due to driving under the influence, WWE icon Tammy Sytch reportedly repeated the same plea in relation to a felony charge for driving with a suspended license resulting in death. Additionally, she faced two misdemeanor charges for DUI involving property damage and four misdemeanor counts of DUI involving personal injury.
Further, base from the court documents, it was revealed that the WWE legend Tammy Sytch is yet to have her sentencing hearing scheduled.
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Over the past year, there have been multiple arrests involving WWE legend Tammy Sytch, leading up to her most recent charge.
In an article published by TMZ, the most recent plea amidst the ongoing series of personal and legal hurdles faced by WWE legend Tammy Sytch. Her history encompasses numerous DUI arrests in New Jersey, Florida alongside a well-documented struggle with addiction.
Details provided by the Police Department reveal that on March 25, 2022, WWE legend Tammy Sytch found herself in a drunk driving incident. In the initial stages of the case, authorities stated that her blood alcohol content at the time of the incident was measured at or above .08.
While she was initially granted bail, her return to prison swiftly followed, prompted by prosecutors’ arguments that she posed a substantial risk to the safety of the community.