Tammy Sytch aka Sunny: Former WWE wrestler in Fatal Crash


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Tammy Sytch aka Sunny

Tammy Sytch is a former WWE wrestler named “Sunny” who is accused of being involved in a fatal crash in Florida on March 25, 2022 that killed a man.

According to the Ormond Beach Observer, Daytona Beach Shores’ Julian Lafrancis Lasseter died in the crash.

The former wrestler’s full name is Tamara Lynn Sytch, and Sytch, 49, was nicknamed “Sunny” in the ring.

“Our hearts go out to the Lasseter family who lost a loved one in such a tragic event,” Ormond Beach Police Chief Jesse Godfrey told the Ormond Beach Observer. “Our goal at the Ormond Beach Police Department is to keep the city’s streets safe. So if you see a vehicle operating in a manner that leads you to believe the driver may be impaired, please do not hesitate to call 911. You can just save someone’s life.”

Here’s what you need to know:

Sytch’s Mercedes reportedly crashed into the rear of a Kia at a traffic light

According to TMZ, which obtained the traffic accident report in the case, the accident occurred around 8:28 p.m. on March 25, 2022 on US Highway 1 in Volusia County, Florida

Reports say Sytch’s 2012 Mercedes crashed into the rear of a 2013 Kia Sorento that was parked at a stop light. The Kia then crashed into another vehicle, according to TMZ, which added that witnesses accused Sytch of police “driving at high speeds.”

The driver died. Sytch was also taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. TMZ reported that police wrote they believe Sytch “was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash,” but tests are pending.

There are no records for Sytch in the Volusia County, Florida court records database. Heavy has contacted the Ormond Beach Police Chief for more details and the traffic accident report. Police told TMZ Sports whether criminal charges are filed against Sytch could depend on the results of toxicology tests.

Sytch has a troubled history with the law

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According to TMZ, Sytch has been “arrested for DWI on at least six occasions, including in New Jersey as early as 2019.”

She was also accused in 2022 of “threatening to kill a man with scissors,” TMZ reported.

According to a March 5, 2022 Post and Courier article, Sytch’s life spiraled out of control for a time. On Feb. 24, she was charged with “a variety of traffic offenses” in Keansburg, New Jersey, less than six weeks after her arrest on charges of terrorist threats and unlawful possession of weapons, the newspaper reported. She was charged with OWI, reckless driving, careless driving and other offenses.

The scissoring incident happened Jan. 13 in New Jersey, when she was accused of lifting a pair of scissors and threatening to kill her “intimate partner” in front of an officer while she was “under the influence of drugs and alcohol.” seemed. This is reported by the Post and the Courier.
The newspaper reported that “Since 2018, Sytch has been charged with violating a restraining order on charges of domestic violence, contempt, evading the police, various DUI offenses and driving a motor vehicle while under a driver’s license suspension.”
She was released from prison in June 2021 for escaping a police officer and violating a restraining order. She also had previous parole violations, according to the Post and Courier.

Lasseter, a former math teacher and real estate appraiser, was remembered “for his generosity and enthusiasm.”


Lasseter’s obituary, published in the Daytona Beach News-Journal, states that Julian L. (“Fran”) Lasseter, Jr., “died instantly in a traffic accident on March 25, 2022 and is living a euphoric new life in heaven. ”

Lasseter, 75, “was born November 21, 1946 in Winter Haven, FL. He graduated from Winter Haven High School and attended USF for a year before transferring to the University of Florida, where he joined the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. He earned a BS in entomology and a master’s degree in education from UF,” the obituary reads.

“He taught math at Howard Bishop Junior High in Gainesville and later at Seabreeze HS in Daytona Beach. He started as a real estate appraiser at Coast Federal, then Massey Appraisal Company, and in 1980 founded his own business, Lasseter Appraisal Company.”

Of his earlier years, the obituary states: “Fran was a member and president of the Volusia County Gator Club and held season tickets to home games for decades. After joining a Toastmasters club, he became an accomplished public speaker, delivering humorous and motivational speeches, one of which was titled ‘If You Don’t Laugh, You Don’t Live’.”

The obituary says he is “known for his generosity and enthusiasm for living life to the fullest. He saw it as his mission in life to help people. Fran was a member of Unity of Daytona Beach and a believer in Christ. One of his favorite sayings was, ‘I am in God’s plan.’” He is survived by his daughter and several grandchildren.

Sytch is considered one of the “first divas” of professional wrestling

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According to her IMDb profile, Sytch “was born on December 7, 1972 in Freeport, New Jersey, USA. She is an actress, known for WCW Monday Nitro (1995), WWF Superstars (1986) and WWF Shotgun Saturday Night (1997).”

She retired from wrestling in 2004 to become a flight attendant, the site reports. She also ran a tanning salon and hosted an adult website, the website reports.

The website Pro Wrestling Fandom says she is “an American professional wrestling manager, personality and occasional wrestler”.

The site reports:

She achieved her greatest success in the 1990s under the ring name Sunny within the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and is widely regarded as one of the first divas. She has also performed under her own name in Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling, and Ring of Honor. Tammy Sytch aka Sunny: Former WWE wrestler in Fatal Crash

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