Update on Tammy Sytch’s Manslaughter Case



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Update on Tammy Sytch’s Manslaughter Case

Tammy Sytch is a former WWE and WCW superstar. She was known for her good looks and extremely good work ethic. However, she was not a very good in-ring performer and was mostly known for her role as a manager. According to many wrestling fans and even journalists, she is the most charming woman to ever be part of a wrestling company and make on-screen appearances.

Tammy Sytch Pleads Not Guilty at the Latest Hearing

Tammy was recently involved in the death of a 75-year-old man. According to PWInsider Tammy pleaded not guilty on all nine charges during her hearing in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Tammy was charged with one count of DUI manslaughter. She had one count of causing death while taking control of a vehicle with a suspended license. She was charged with 4 counts of DUI causing personal injury, and 3 counts of causing property damage.

About 2 months ago, Tammy was involved in a 3 car accident. She hit the back of a car at a traffic stop. Julian Lasseter was in the car that Tammy rammed. Julian died to the injuries sustained. Tammy was taken to the hospital to be treated for her own injuries.

She and her boyfriend were sued by the victim’s family. Tammy had to wait one month for the toxicology report. Tammy was arrested in early May, and her reports suggested that she was more than 3 times over the legal limit.

She got out of jail on the 7th of May on bail but had to return back to jail shortly after. She has remained in jail since then. Tammy did not make any statement. However, her boyfriend, James Pente spoke to News-Journal after the hearing concluded.

“She feels absolutely terrible,” Pente said. “I can’t emphasize it more. She just feels bad in general. Everybody’s life’s ruined”. Pente had no comment about a plea deal when he was asked about it by the News-Journal.

Tammy Sytch joined the WWE in 1995. She left the WWE in 1998. She started working for Extreme Championship Wrestling and then World Championship Wrestling. In all the promotions she worked for, she was mainly a sex symbol. She has had a very chaotic life after leaving the wrestling business. She has been in trouble with the law multiple times over the last few years.