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Sunny was arrested on charges of weapons possession and terrorist threats

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Tammy Lin Sytch, known as Sunny at WWE, is facing serious legal issues. Sytch was arrested this morning in New Jersey for illegal weapons possession and terrorist threats. The WWE Hall of Fame has a history of problematic behavior.

TMZ Sports Sunni obtained court records showing his arrest in Queensburg, New Jersey. The wrestling superstar was then taken to Monmouth County Jail at 11am. The exact charges were not clear when the document was filed.

Two of the charges are related to illegal possession of a weapon. The document did not say whether the weapon was a firearm. Another charge is related to the terrorist threat. New Jersey law describes the payment as follows:

“A person is guilty of a third-degree crime if he or she threatens to commit any act of violence to intimidate or threaten to evacuate a building, meeting place, or public transportation facility. disregard for public inconvenience or the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience.

Weapon fees are classified as third-rate in New Jersey. Terrorist threats are considered a fourth-degree crime. New Jersey does not use the terms “crime” and “illegal crime.”

Sunny has been arrested six times in the past for DUI. This is the last on the laundry list of criminal charges against Tammy Lynn Sytch. After serving eight months in prison in 2018, one would have thought he would have learned a lesson.

What do you think of Sunni’s latest arrest? Let us know in the comments!

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