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WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy Sytch issues first public statement after being released from jail



WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch is back home after being released from jail earlier this week. Sytch had been serving time in jail in March after violating parole following previous legal issues.

Sytch issued a statement on Facebook to let fans know that she will be keeping her life private and she will be deleting her Facebook accounts.

"I'm home. From now on, my personal life will be kept private, and both of these pages will be taken down. I will eventually start a new PERSONAL page reserved for real friends and family only, and a business page for fans and bookings. Please respect my privacy, and only add the new personal page if you are, in fact, a real friend or family. Fans are welcome and encouraged to follow the fan/business page. Thank you all for your continued support in the recent months and in those to come. -- Tam."

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Sytch has a long history with the legal system due to substance abuse issues. At the time of her arrest in March, she was on probation because of a 2015 DUI arrest.

We wish her the best and hopefully, she can turn her life around.