Former WWE Diva Tammy "Sunny" Sytch Arrested On Several Charges

News has just spread that former WWE Diva Tammy Sytch, aka ‘Sunny’, was recently arrested by police in New Jersey in relation to several ongoing legal issues, some of which were related to crimes committed in the state of Pennsylvania.

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. The charges are basically described as a disrespectful response to the courts or resisting arresting officers who were trying to do their jobs in relation to her arrest charges.

Sytch was being held due to outstanding warrants and her status as a fugitive in the State of Pennsylvania. She still remains in custody of the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office today and charges include warrants from Aberdeen Township for Failure To Appear In Court with a bondable amount of $5,000 as well as a charge in Knowlton Township (NJ) for another failure to appear with a bondable amount of $1000.

Previously: Tammy "Sunny" Sytch Has Been Arrested Again

This is not the first time Sunny has gotten into legal trouble. While being known as somewhat of a wildcard while working for WWE, she's had all sorts of legal issues after he time in WWE came to an end. In 2012, Sytch was arrested five times in a four-week span. Charges included disorderly conduct, third-degree burglary, and three counts of violating a protective order.

Sytch has also been known to comment publicly on all sorts of issues wrestling-related, often naming WWE Superstars whom she has and hasn't had "romantic relationships" with. These comments seem to be all in an effort to stay in the limelight and capitalize financially on her previous status as a WWE talent.

To date, she's become one of the only former WWE talents WWE is not willing to pay for her rehabilitation efforts as part of their Wellness Program and has been arrested several times for DUI and violation of parole charges.

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