Tammy Lynn Sytch was handed a 17-year prison sentence after a long legal nightmare. She was shipped off to prison this week, but now her legal team is appealing that decision. It didn’t take long for her attorney to appeal that decision.

According to PW Insider, Tammy Lynn Sytch’s public defender has initiated the appeal process for her sentencing; however, no court hearings have been scheduled as of now.

Tammy Lynn Sytch is still entangled in legal proceedings related to a lawsuit brought forth by the estate of Julian Lasseter. Lasseter tragically lost his life in a traffic incident that led to Sytch’s arrest in March 2022 on multiple charges, including DUI causing death and causing death while operating a vehicle with a suspended or revoked driver’s license.

The estate has presented a set of questions to the court, seeking Sytch’s responses regarding her involvement in the crash. Sytch, in her replies, invoked the fifth amendment, asserting her right not to be a witness against herself.


Tammy Lynn Sytch is currently scheduled for release from The Florida Department of Corrections on 1/7/40. Sytch had been moved from Volusia County Corrections to a prison facility in Ocala, Florida, after receiving a sentence of 17 years plus an additional 8 years of probation on 11/28.

Tammy Lynn Sytch’s mugshot went viral after new one was taken, but she doesn’t want to be in prison for 17 more years. The next phase of Tammy Lynn Sytch’s life has commenced following her sentencing for a felony charge of DUI.

We will keep our eye on Tammy Lynn Sytch’s story, and so much more in the pro wrestling world. You never know what will break next with so many things going on at all hours of the day.

What’s your take on Tammy Lynn Sytch ending up in prison for so long? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

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