State asks to revoke bond for WWE Hall of Famer accused of causing deadly crash
Video: State asks to revoke bond for WWE Hall of Famer accused of causing deadly crash Officers said Tamara Sytch, 49, also known as Sunny, crashed into the back of a car along U.S. 1 and Granda Boulevard, killing a 75-year-old. ORMOND BEACH, Fla. — Newly released body camera video shows the moments after investigators say a former WWE pro wrestler caused a deadly crash in Ormond Beach in March. Sytch was arrested last week, and now the state has filed a motion to revoke her bond. READ: WWE Hall of Famer involved in deadly crash in Ormond BeachShe’s facing several charges in this case including DUI resulting in death, which is a second-degree felony that can carry up to 15 years if convicted. Video: WWE Hall of Famer ‘Sunny’ arrested after deadly crash in Ormond Beach, police say A former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar has been arrested after a crash in Ormond Beach that left one person dead, according to police.wftv.com
Tamara Sytch, of WWE fame, arrested in connection to fatal crash, Ormond Beach police say
Ormond Beach police on Friday obtained a warrant for and arrested Tamara Sytch, 49, reporting on Saturday that the former WWE star’s blood-alcohol level was 0.280 when tested shortly after a crash in March that killed a 75-year-old man.