Former WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch has settled into her new residence – a Florida state prison – where she will remain until 2040, serving 17-year sentence for a fatal drunk driving incident.

The 51-year-old, now sporting a somber expression in her latest mugshot, has transitioned from the Florida Women’s Reception Center in Ocala to the Lowell Correctional Institution, a nearby facility exclusively for women, housing approximately 1,000 inmates.

At Lowell, Sytch finds herself with over 15 years ahead of her in confinement. However, according to TMZ, the institution offers various programs to occupy her time, such as cosmetology, culinary arts, and vocational training in equine care and heavy machinery operation. These programs cater to inmates’ diverse interests and needs, including support for alcohol addiction, a struggle Sytch has faced.

Despite not resembling a gourmet dining experience, the menu at Lowell provides a rotation of options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sytch can anticipate dishes like oatmeal with brown sugar, pancakes, meatloaf, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, fish patties, turkey hot dogs, chili mac, and meatballs on the prison’s repetitive weekly menu.


While Sytch awaits a potential work assignment, the prospect of employment within the prison remains an option. Her release date is set for January 3, 2040.

Stay with Ringside News as we will keep you updated with any other information regarding Tammy Sytch’s legal problems.

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