Former WWE diva Tammy Sytch is on her way to alcohol rehab.
As The Inquisitrhas previously reported, Sytch was arrested five times in about a month in connection with disturbances involving domestic violence.
Today, a New Haven, Connecticut Superior Court judge released Sytch, 39, from jail so she could to go to a Pennsylvania treatment center. Her lawyer agreed to personally drive her directly from the court hearing to the facility. This means the attorney himself could conceivably wind up in jail if Sytch never shows up to get professional help after the road trip.
Tammy Sytch was most recently arrested for turning up on her ex-boyfriend’s property in violation of a protective order according to WFSB Hartford. Allegedly she was dropped off at that location by a bail bondsman.
The WWE is picking up the tab for Sytch’s latest stint in rehab. The wrestling entertainment company apparently covered the costs of three previous trips to rehab for alcohol and drug dependence by Sytch, who last worked for the WWE in 1998 under the ring name of “Sunny.” Sytch was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame last year.
The former WWE wrestling “manager” and occasional wrestler (full name Tamara Lynn Sytch) posted a message on Facebook earlier this week indicating that the treatment would take three months and that she was looking forward to a new chapter in her life.
Watch a report from WFSB Channel 3 about former professional wrestling star Tammy Sytch heading to a rehab center: