The next phase of Tammy Lynn Sytch’s life has commenced following her sentencing for a felony charge of DUI. Now she has some photographic evidence to prove that she’s behind bars, with a brand-new mugshot.

Tammy Lynn Sytch’s arrest actually went down two months after an incident resulting in the death of 75-year-old Julian Lasseter in March 2022. That terrible accident took place during a traffic incident in Ormond Beach, Florida. She had previously faced multiple arrests for impaired driving, and was in and out of incarceration up until that point. While she was free, she was making a killing on OnlyFans.

The former WWE star faced one count of DUI causing death, one count of causing death while operating a vehicle with a suspended or revoked driver’s license, four counts of DUI causing injury to a person, and three counts of DUI causing damage to property.

Apart from pleading to the felony charge of DUI causing death, she also entered a no-contest plea to one felony charge of driving with a suspended license causing death, four misdemeanor counts of DUI with damage to a person, and two misdemeanor charges of DUI with damage to property. Ultimately, a judge sentenced her to 17 years in prison with eight years of probation. This included ten years for driving with a suspended license causing death and seven years for DUI manslaughter. Parole eligibility is not applicable.


Upon release from prison, she will be under eight years of probation, and her license has been revoked. A released mugshot from her prison booking is shown below. It reflects how Sunny is doing right now.

Not all hope is lost for Tammy Lynn Sytch, because she just filed an appeal on her 17-year sentence. Only time will tell if she can convince the judge to hear her out and reduce her time behind bars.

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