WWE star Tammy Sytch, 49, arrested in car crash that kills 75-year-old man

Former WWE star Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch has been arrested and charged with causing a fatal car accident in which another driver was killed while she crossed the legal blood alcohol limit three and a half times.

Sytch, 49, a New Jersey native with a history of legal issues, was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the March 25 crash in Ormond Beach, Florida, when her 2012 Mercedes hit the back of a 2013 Kia Sorenta that had stopped at a red light, Ormond Beach police said.

Sytch and another driver, Julian Lasseter, 75 years old, both were taken to hospital, where Lasseter died the same day from his injuries.

Tammy 'Sunny' Sytch, 49, a former WWE wrestler, was arrested and charged Friday in a deadly collision that killed another driver in March

Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch, 49, a former WWE wrestler, was arrested and charged Friday in a deadly collision that killed another driver in March

Julian Lasseter, 75, died of his injuries on March 25 after a fatal traffic crash in Ormond Beach, Florida, caused by Sytch, police said

Julian Lasseter, 75, died of his injuries on March 25 after a fatal traffic crash in Ormond Beach, Florida, caused by Sytch, police said

Police on Friday released new information revealing that Sytcha’s toxicological results found that her blood alcohol level was three and a half times higher than the 0.08 legal limit for driving a motor vehicle.

Wrestler blood contained 0.28 g / 100 ml.

The former WWE star has been charged with several offenses, including DUI causing death, causing death while driving with a suspended license, DUI causing personal injury and DUI causing property damage. She was released on bail.

A police report published for DailyMail.com in April claims that Sytch was ‘driving at high speed’ before the collision, and police at the time believed she was drunk at the time of the crash.

A third car was involved in the crash, but its passengers did not need medical attention due to injuries. Their identities have not been released.

Florida police have expressed sincere condolences for the only victim of the fatal crash.

“Our sincere thoughts remain with the Lasseter family as we continue this case,” police said in an updated statement on Saturday. ‘This is still very active and an investigation is underway and we will continue to look for any evidence or clues.’

Lasseter, 75, was the owner of the company, according to his obituary, and, at one point, a successful speaker, giving witty and motivational speeches, one of which was titled ‘If You Don’t Laugh’, You Don’t Live ‘.’

He was known for his generosity and enthusiasm to live life to the fullest, he gave many ‘legs’ and helping people was considered his life mission.

Police say Sytch was 'driving at high speed' before hitting two cars

Police say Sytch was ‘driving at high speed’ before hitting two cars

Tammy Sytch (pictured during her wrestling days), a former WWE wrestler with a history of legal issues, has been accused by Florida police of causing a deadly car accident while under the influence of alcohol last month

Sytch’s 2016 footage for reckless driving

Tammy Sytch, a former WWE wrestler with a history of legal issues, has been charged by Florida police with causing a fatal car accident while under the influence of alcohol last month. Sytch is seen, left, during her wrestling days and right, after a reckless arrest while driving in 2016.

Sytch is a member of the WWE Hall of Fame who wrestled under the names 'Sunny' and 'Lynn Sytch'

Sytch is a member of the WWE Hall of Fame who wrestled under the names ‘Sunny’ and ‘Lynn Sytch’

Sytch, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame who has fought for most of his career under the names ‘Sunny’ and ‘Lynn Sytch’, has at least six other DWI arrests, including a 2019 New Jersey charge of driving in the wrong direction on one side street.

She was also arrested five times in less than a month in 2012 on various charges, including a third-degree burglary and disorder.

Sytch went in and out of prisons in New Jersey and Pennsylvania for several parole violations.

She was arrested in New Jersey this year after allegedly trying to stab her lover with scissors, according to the Post and Courier. She is accused of illegal possession of weapons and threats of terrorism.

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