Jailed WWE star who Ki**ed 75-year-old man in crash complains about lack of sex in prison
Posted by  badge Boss on Mar 04
Tammy Sytch has been complaining about life in jail (Picture: WWE / Volusia County Corrections)

Former star Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch has complained about a lack of sex behind bars.

The 51-year-old Hall of Famer – who was ranked by AOL as the most Googled celebrity in the world in 1997 – was in November 2023 over causing a car crash that Ki**ed a 75-year-old man in May 2022.

She’s serving her sentence at the Lowell Correctional Institution in , but Sytch claimed she is struggling with some aspects of prison life.

Appearing on the Bird Calls , she said: ‘It’s already been 22 months without it and let me tell you it’s rough. It’s like you become a virgin again, it’s insane.’

Sytch insisted she wouldn’t want to get a girlfriend in prison, adding: ”I’ve never been into girls, I’ve never kissed a girl. I’m strictly d***ly.’

She claimed no one else in the jail is ‘up to par’, but she might have to resort to a ‘girl-girl thing’ to get some ‘affection’ in jail.

She said: ‘I love men but when you’re here you really don’t have an option – if you want any kind of affection or connection with anyone it’s a girl-girl thing, you have no choice.

‘But there’s really nobody that would be up to par for me so I might have to wait a little while until somebody of quality comes in.’

also claimed her fellow inmates have asked for her underwear to make some money on eBay.

‘One girl asked for my personal ID, for me 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 balls to ask me for my underwear,’ she said.

Sytch appeared for WWE in the 1990s (Picture: WWE)
She largely appeared as a manager for the larger than life wrestlers (Picture: WWE)

‘She wanted me to sign my underwear so she could bring them home and sell it on eBay. I told her that was absolutely not going to happen.’

Sytch previously pleaded no contest to a number of charges including a felony count of.

In November – over a year after being accused of driving drunk and causing the crash – she was sentenced on a number of charges.

As well as a 10 and a half year sentence for driving with a suspended license causing death, she was sentenced to another seven years behind bars for DUI manslaughter, and eight years probation.

She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame almost 13 years ago (Picture: WWE)

In the past, Sytch has been accused of other instances drinking and driving, and was arrested at least six times for obstructed use of a vehicle – with one incident occurring in 2019 in New Jersey.

She made her WWE debut 1994, going onto become the company’s first ‘diva’, largely working as a valet and manager.

She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011, the same year she served as a special guest referee at Madison Square Garden for a match between The Bella Twins and the team of Kelly Kelly and Eve Torres.