- Tammy Sytch debuted in the WWF as Sunny in 1995 before leaving to join ECW.
- Despite her short stint, Sunny was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011.
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Former WWE diva and adult film star Tammy Sytch, known by her ring name Sunny, admitted she has been struggling without sex in jail.
Sytch, 51, is serving a 17-year sentence at Lowell Correctional Institution in Florida after causing a car accident while three times over the legal alcohol limit. The crash caused the death of a 75-year-old man.
On Thursday, Sytch appeared on the Bird Songs Podcast and spoke about his lack of privacy and other struggles behind bars.
“It’s been 22 months without him now and let me tell you, it’s hard,” she shared. “It’s like being a virgin again, it’s crazy.”
Sytch added that getting a girlfriend on the premises is not an option. She stated: “I’ve never liked girls, I’ve never kissed a girl.” I am strictly cursed.
Former WWE diva Tammy Sytch said she is struggling without sex while serving her prison sentence.
He debuted in the WWF as ‘Sunny’ in 1995 but left the promotion after three years to join ECW.
Sytch is serving a 17-year sentence after being responsible for a car accident that killed a man
‘I love men, but when you’re here you really have no choice; If you want any kind of affection or connection with someone, it’s a girl-girl thing, you have no choice.
“But there’s really no one who’s up to me, so I might have to wait a little while until someone of quality comes along.”
Additionally, Sytch talked about how his fellow inmates asked him for his underwear to sell on eBay.
“One girl asked me for my ID, to sign it so she could take it home and sell it on eBay and I said ‘no,’ and then another girl, believe it or not, has the guts to ask me for my underwear.” .
“He wanted me to sign my underwear so he could take them home and sell them on eBay. I told him that wasn’t going to happen at all.
Sunny debuted in the WWF in 1995 before the organization changed its name to WWE. His in-ring persona managed icons like the Legion of Doom during his three years in Vince McMahon’s company.
With the WWF, Sytch became the most downloaded celebrity on AOL, surpassing the likes of Pamela Anderson, Jennifer Aniston and Mariah Carey. In 1995, she joined rival promotion Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) as Tammy Lynn Sytch.
During his time in Vince McMahon’s company, he managed icons such as the Legion of Doom.
Sunny became AOL’s most downloaded celebrity in 1996 and went on to make adult films.
Sytch was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011 before being in and out of prison in 2012.
Following his professional wrestling career, Sytch starred in adult films while also hosting webcam sessions via Skype. Upon his arrival at jail, he claimed that some people had felt “intimidated by his celebrity.”
“Nobody actually comes to me and says anything,” he said on the podcast. But then I’ll hear people talk about me.
“I don’t know if I’m intimidating or what, but it’s usually a few days before someone finally says, ‘Hey, I know who you are.’ three weeks before I realized.’
Sytch was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011. However, the following year became the beginning of her frequent run-ins with the law. Sytch was in and out of jail for disorderly conduct, DUI and domestic violence.
She began her sentence for the car accident in March 2022 and was labeled a “danger to society” during court hearings.