After reclaiming the bond of WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy Lynn Sytch, a Florida state attorney issues a statement

After reclaiming the bond of WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy Lynn Sytch, a Florida state attorney issues a s ...

Tammy Lynn Sytch, known for her long-time pro wrestling buddies, was sentenced to jail this morning. A judge decided that she was too dangerous to be a free person while she awaits trial for DUI manslaughter charges. Sytch is accused of hitting and killing a 75-year-old man who was standing at a traffic light.

Tammy Lynn Sytch was ordered to return to jail while she awaits her trial at a bond hearing this morning. She is currently facing up to 30 years in prison. Sytch had promised to stay home while she was preparing to go to court.

The Office of the State Attorney issued a press release this morning on the matter. RJ Larizza, who is in charge of the case, also made a statement. He stated that a deadly and dangerous person has been once again removed from the streets.

Once her case is resolved, a deadly driver will reside behind bars. A serious and dangerous danger to the driving community has been removed.

The State Attorneys Office''s press release outlined the same findings. It noted that they believe that the removal of Tammy Lynn Sytch to prison will give some peace to the victims'' families and friends. Sytch may remain in prison for a long time due to the severity of her offenses.

Over the years, Tammy Lynn Sytch has faced a tumult of charges across three states. Her drunk driving problem forced someone to flee, and the state Attorney General is taking the matter very seriously. Time will tell if she is found guilty.

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