Tammy Sytch involved in car accident that resulted in the death of another driver

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Tammy Sytch, who worked as Sunny in WWE, is under investigation for a car accident that led to a fatality in Ormond Beach, Florida on March 25. The Ormond Beach Observer cites a press release from local police officials stating that Sytch failed to stop and drove her car into a stopped vehicle, which then crashed into the vehicle in front of it.

Julian Lafrancis Lasseter, the driver of the vehicle that Sytch struck, was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. A blood sample was taken from Sytch and toxicology results are pending. Read more at OrmondBeachObserver.com.

Powell’s POV: My condolences to Julian Lasseter’s friends and family. Alcoholism is a disease and while only time will tell what the toxicology report reveals, I stopped feeling any sense of pity for Sytch well before this incident due to her long history of alcohol-related driving offenses and other legal issues.

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. Time to lock her up and throw away the key. At this point it’s the safest thing for everyone, including her

  2. Yes,Tammy Sytch is allegedly to blame for this death. But ultimately, the blame falls on the court system for allowing her to be put in these situations. How many more times is she going to be allowed to skate away? Hopefully not one single time.

  3. I’d like to think this is the final straw for her, but it’s hard to have very high expectations for our courts. At this point, whoever gave her back her license is partially guilty for this. Giving her license back was irresponsible and negligent, which is pretty much to be expected from our court system unfortunately.

  4. But hey, LETS KEEP LETTING PEOPLE OUT OF JAIL

  5. Safe to say no “sunny days” are ahead for her..

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