Former ‘Sunny’ Pro Wrestling Star Arrested in Fatal DUI

The motorist died after Sytch’s vehicle failed to stop at a traffic light and crashed into a car, which then hit a third vehicle in front of him, police previously said. Ormond Beach in a press release.

At the time, Sytch was taken to a nearby medical center for treatment and released after authorities obtained a sample of her blood for their investigation, police said.

Sytch, 49, had about three and a half times the legal blood alcohol limit in his system at the time of the crash, police said this week.

She was charged in court with 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 one person and three counts of DUI causing damage to property, police said. .

Sytch was taken to jail on Friday and her bail was set at $227,500, police said. Jail records show she was released on Saturday afternoon.

CNN was unable to reach an attorney for Sytch on Saturday for comment.

As Sunny, Sytch is often referred to as WWE’s “original diva”, gaining popularity not for in-ring wrestling, but for her villainous performances as a storyline executive for other wrestlers.

Her career has spanned decades and she is one of “the most popular women to ever step foot in the ring,” WWE said.

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