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WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch sentenced to 17 years in prison for fatal car crash that killed 75-year-old man

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WWE icon Tammy Sytch has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for her role in a fatal car crash that claimed the life of a 75-year-old man.

The 50-year-old pleaded no contest to charges filed against her three months ago in the March 2022 incident in Florida.

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Sytch was sentenced to 17 years in prison for her involvement in a fatal car accident

It was revealed that Sytch, who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011, collided with Julian Lasseter’s Kia at a traffic light.

Lasseter died from his injuries, which also left others injured after his vehicle collided with another car.

Police said the two-time Slammy Award winner’s blood levels were three times the legal limit.

Sytch, who has been behind bars since the tragic accident, was sentenced to ten and a half years in prison for causing death while driving with a suspended license.

And she was also sentenced to another seven-year charge for drunk driving manslaughter.

Additionally, her driver’s license has been permanently revoked and she will also be on probation for eight years once released from prison.

Appearing in an orange jumpsuit in court, the former wrestler broke down in tears as she apologized to the victim’s family.

She said: “I know my words aren’t enough, but know that I think of you every day.”

Sytch was a huge hit with WWE fans in the 1990s.

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Sytch was a huge hit with WWE fans in the 1990s.Credit: WWE
She is widely considered to be the first WWE Diva.

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She is widely considered to be the first WWE Diva.Credit: WWE
The 50-year-old was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011.

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The 50-year-old was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011.Credit: Getty – Contributor

Sytch added: “I did something horrible, but I’m so much more than the worst I’ve done.

“I try to think about the good I’ve done because when I sit alone and think about what I did to the Lasser family on that tragic day, as a result of a stupid decision, I feel regrets and remorse deep in my soul.

“I know they don’t rest knowing he’s gone. When I was 20, I also lost my father to heart disease and last August my 87-year-old mother died. died while I was incarcerated.

“I never got to say goodbye to him, just like they never got to say goodbye to a beloved family member.”

Sytch, who was previously jailed in 2013 for assaulting her boyfriend and then violating the terms of her parole, had been arrested six times for drunk driving before the fatal collision.

Considered WWE’s first Diva, Sytch was a hit with fans during her time with the company from 1994 to 1998.

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