Who is Tammy 'Sunny' Sytch? Former WWE diva posts strange tweet while detained in jail

Tammy tweeted a link to her OnlyFans account, but users claim it directed them to an account called 'pr1met1me1' with photographs of a muscular male on it


                            Who is Tammy 'Sunny' Sytch? Former WWE diva posts strange tweet while detained in jail
Tammy 'Sunny' Sytch's social media account posted a new OnlyFans account address with very fishy updates as she remains in Jail (Photo by Volusia County Sheriff's Office & Twitter)
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Tammy 'Sunny' Sytch, a WWE diva turned OnlyFans star, had her bail revoked and was ordered to remain in jail this week, however, her social media and OnlyFans accounts uploaded strange new updates. She tweeted in all capital letters, from her Twitter account @WWEHOFerSunny saying, “HEY BABES! BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! FIRST I WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR CONTINUED LOVE AND SUPPORT THROUGH ALL OF MY BATTLES WHETHER PERSONAL OR LEGAL. YOU ARE TRULY APPRECIATED. This is the new link with ALL content and NVR before seen footage.”

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The link, however, did not take fans to her regular OnlyFans account; instead, it directed them to a new account called pr1met1me1. It also has photographs of a muscular male on it. The first post reads, “Welcome to the new page - don’t let the profile pics fool you. Let me begin by saying YES - yes you will see who you want to see, yes you will get pics, yes you will be able to get ALL EXCLUSIVE content, and yes….you can even ask questions! Once more members join I will begin posting pics and updates shortly from the one and only!”

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Another post asserts that it is "100% LEGITIMATE." The Twitter account has also been claiming that the new account contains ‘all fresh footage,’ and even allegedly tweeted screenshots of some of the ostensibly new films. Fans, on the other hand, were quick to cast doubt on its authenticity. One person wrote, “Are you hacked cause it sent me to a guy's page.” “But I thought you were locked up...?” another added. Many others assumed it was Tammy's boyfriend, Primetime, who goes under that moniker on social media. Sunny rose to fame as a WWE superstar in the 1990s, but her behavior outside of the ring attracted a lot of attention over the year. For example, over the course of four weeks in 2012, she was handcuffed five times. Bill DeMott of the United States Wrestling Federation has called for Sunny to be removed from the WWE Hall of Fame, which she was inducted into in 2011.

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Recently the former WWE Superstar is said to have filed a motion to dismiss the case against her and her partner. Sytch was engaged in a car accident in Florida in March of this year that took the life of Julian LaFrancis Lasseter, a 75-year-old man. The next month, a civil case was brought against Sytch and her lover, James F. Pente. It was also reported that she did not have a valid driver's license at the time of the incident. The 49-year-old was determined to be three-and-a-half times above the legal alcohol limit, and she paid the bond price of $227,500 to be released. However, after being found driving under the influence, her bond was canceled, and she is currently awaiting trial.

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