Tammy Lynn Sytch, a WWE Hall Of Famer, has been sentenced to prison after a judge has resigned her bond

Tammy Lynn Sytch, a WWE Hall Of Famer, has been sentenced to prison after a judge has resigned her b ...

Tammy Lynn Sytch is scheduled to go back to jail in Florida. This morning, the WWE Hall of Famer will hear a bond hearing. Sunny is accused of an impaired driving accident that resulted in the death of a 75-year-old man.

The outcome of the hearing did not go in Tammys favor. Stephanie Buffamonte of Fox 35 Orlando was in the courtroom for the dramatic scene. Tammys bond was revoked because she had three previous DUI convictions, had been driving without a license, and was considered a potential danger to the community.

Tammy Sytch, a WWE Hall of Famer, has been placed in handcuffs and is being brought to jail. A judge has revoked her conviction. She is accused of driving drunk and causing a fatal accident. Prosecutors said she had three previous DUI convictions, was driving w/o a license, and would be a risk to the community.

Tammy Lynn Sytch was immediately taken back to jail following the hearing. On Monday, state Attorney R.J. Lizza demanded the bond review. The judge found her to be too large a risk to be a free person.

At the hearing, law enforcement officers argued that Tammys'' blood-alcohol level was far above the legal limit at the time of the crash. An open bottle of liquor was also found inside the car. Sytch had previously claimed that she was not drunk and was subjected to a seizure.

As she awaits her trial, Tammy Lynn Sytch faces up to thirty years behind bars. If she is found guilty, it will mark the end of a public disgrace that everyone tried their best to protect. Instead of tweeting, she will now have plenty of time to reflect on her actions from a cell.

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