Tammy Lynn Sytch somehow always found herself in trouble with the law for one reason or another. The WWE Hall of Famer continues to get jailed and makes a mockery of herself even now. Her DUI manslaughter case has truly changed her life and now it appears Dutch Mantell believes she should be put away for a long time to prevent further harm to herself and others.

As previously reported, Sytch was involved in a fatal three-car crash last year. The driver of the vehicle hit by Sytch, identified as Julian Lafrancis Lasseter Jr. of Daytona Beach Shores, was transported to Halifax Health Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

Due to this, Sytch was arrested as it was determined that the wreck was her fault, and that was just the start of it. It was also reported that Sytch faces maximum prison sentence of 25 years after pleading no contest to DUI Manslaughter charges. After initially asserting her innocence to all charges, she changed her plea in court on Wednesday, just before the case was set to go to trial.

While speaking on a recent episode of Story Time with Dutch Mantell, Dutch Mantell talked about Tammy Syth’s current plight and stated that he feels she deserves to be put away to prevent further harm.


“I like Tammy. But I’ve said this, she’s gonna kill somebody and she did. The reason she should be put away is because she will kill somebody else or she will hurt somebody else or she will kill herself, which I don’t wish on anybody. But she has to be protected from herself and also we gotta protect people driving around going to the store. She knows this. She can bitch and moan. I don’t have any sympathy for her whatsoever.”

Tammy Sytch also looks complete different in recent photo. Only time will tell whether she will end up spending the rest of her days behind bars, as that seems likely now.

What’s your view on what Dutch Mantell said? Do you feel bad for Tammy Sytch? Sound off in the comment!

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