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By Mike Johnson on 2015-09-28 13:35:49
As noted here last week on, former WWE star Tammy "Sunny" Sytch was in court last Friday 9/25 after being arrested on 9/23 for a bench warrant after no showing three court dates regarding her May arrest in Mahoning Township, PA on charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and careless driving.

Sytch's bench warrant was canceled under the following conditions:

*Sytch would pay $2,000 cash to bond out of jail, which she did later in the afternoon.

*Sytch would report to the Carbon County Adult Parole/Probation Department within 72 hours of her release.

*Sytch will officially notify the Court, the District Attorney's office and her attorney of any change of address or phone number.

*Sytch will have a drug and alcohol evaluation done and follow all recommendations made to her.

*Sytch agrees to a "zero tolerance" policy for "the possession, control and consumption of alcoholic beverages and non-prescribed medication." If she violates any of those rules, she will end up being arrested for violating the terms of her bail.

*Sytch agrees to a "zero tolerance" policy is she misses any urine screenings without a legitimate reason. If she misses one and cannot produce a legitimate reason, it will be considered a violation of her bail.

*Sytch agrees she will appear before the court on 12/2 for the Call of the List, a reading of the charges against her in which the Judge will be advised if there was any plea bargain made between the Prosecutors and Sytch.

*If there is no plea bargain made, Sytch agrees she will appear in court for her Jury Trial on 12/7.

Sytch also has a court date next week in Palmerton, PA (where she currently resides) for a preliminary hearing in regard to two other DUI-related arrests next Wednesday 10/7 at 10:30 AM. At that hearing, she is scheduled to face charges of DUI, driving without a license, failure to stay in her lane of traffic, and careless driving for arrests that took place on 6/1 and 6/20.

Following a string of arrests in late 2012 and early 2013, WWE, which had put Sytch through several attempted rehabilitation stays via their Wellness Policy, opted to cut Sytch off from further services.

After Sytch publicly discussed WWE's decision during a "Breaking Kayfabe" DVD interview with Kayfabe Commentaries, WWE issued the following statement to PWInsider:

"As part of the Former Talent Rehabilitation Program, WWE has sent Ms. Sytch to rehabilitation numerous times, with all costs covered by WWE. Unfortunately, Ms. Sytch has continued to make poor personal choices and is ultimately responsible for the consequences of these decisions. WWE has always provided rehabilitation at a certified treatment center; however, given Ms. Sytch’s inability to change her lifestyle and successfully complete treatment, WWE will no longer fund her rehabilitation."

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