As I reported back in March, WWE legend and porn star Sunny was arrested in New Jersey after being named a “fugitive from justice”, and faced up to five years in jail after being extradited to Pennsylvania. Fortunately for Sunny, a.k.a. Tammy Lynn Synch, she is being released on parole today from Carbon County Correctional Facility.
While Sytch only worked for WWE from 1995 to 1998, she was so integral to the success of so many talents and storylines that the company inducted her into its Hall Of Fame in 2011. She has become known as “The Original Diva.”
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Sytch only made the one porn video, but reportedly continued offering private webcam sessions on Skype.
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In 2015, Sunny had been arrested three times on DUI (Driving Under Influence) charges and in 2012 she was cuffed five times in four weeks for burglary and domestic violence related crimes.
After pleading guilty to her DUI offences in 2016, Sunny was initially sentenced to 97 days in prison but had her sentence changed to 95 days in rehab.
Just 18 days into rehab and Sunny was fined $1,496.45 for driving without a licence, driving an unregistered vehicle, operating a vehicle with no insurance and having licence plates displayed that did not belong to her.
She was fined nearly $2000 as part of a plea arrangement that led to prosecutors dropping the most severe charge of receiving stolen property, as well as the charge of fraudulent use or removal of registered licensed plates.
As Fox Sports reported:
In February 2017 she was paroled from Carbon County Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania after agreeing to attend a WWE-sponsored rehab.
Upon release, she was ordered to report directly to the in-patient drug rehabilitation center, successfully complete any after-care recommendations and report to the probation office upon completion.
The conditions of release also ordered Sytch to perform 75 hours of community service and that she would have a “zero-tolerance” threshold for possession or consumption of alcohol and non-prescribed medication. That rule also applied for any missed urine screens without a legitimate excuse.
The release orders from February 2017 also show that her failure to adhere to the judge’s order would result in a petition to revoke her parole. That petition was filed six months later on August 22, 2017.
The court issued a bench warrant for her arrest the following day.
After serving eight months behind bars, Sunny was released on parole today, a rep for the Carbon County Sheriff confirmed. Good luck, Sunny!
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