Weapons Possession and Terroristic Threats Charges have been filed against WWE Hall of Famer Randy Orton.


Weapons Possession and Terroristic Threats Charges have been filed against WWE Hall of Famer Randy Orton.

According to TMZ Sports, WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch, aka Sunny, was arrested in New Jersey on Thursday morning for allegedly possessing a weapon illegally and making terroristic threats.

Sytch, 49, was detained in the Monmouth County jail after being arrested in Keansburg, New Jersey.

She is facing three charges, including two for illegally possessing a weapon and one for terroristic threats, according to reports.

According to TMZ, “a person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he threatens to commit any crime of violence with the purpose of terrorizing another or causing the evacuation of a building, place of assembly, or public transportation facility, or otherwise to cause serious public inconvenience, or in reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience.”

Tammy Sytch (Sunny) was a big part of why 1996-1998 were my favorite years in professional wrestling.

She was my first childhood crush, and she drove me OUT OF MY MIND even when I was a small child well before puberty.

I really wish she could get her act together in her life.

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The weapons charges are classified as third-degree felonies in the state, and a sentence of three to five years in prison is possible.

A one-year prison sentence is possible for the threat charge.

This isn’t the first time Sytch has had a run-in with the last.

Sytch was arrested in July 2020 for allegedly fleeing a police officer, violating a domestic violence restraining order, and driving while his license was suspended for the second time.

Due to a court order, she was sent to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution until June 2021.

Sytch has previously been arrested for a variety of offenses, including DUI.

According to Wrestling Inc., Sytch said on the Eyes Up Here Podcast, “They make it out to be a lot worse on TV than it actually is.”

“It’s not as bad as it seems.

If you can get through it, it’s doable.

If you don’t want to, you don’t even have to get up.

But because I’m diabetic, they would come and wake me up at 4:30 a.m. every morning to check my blood sugar and give me insulin.

It’s a medical necessity, so you must comply.

“Then I’d go back to sleep for a few hours, and then they’d pop your…

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