Tammy Sytch Says She Doesn’t Drink Anymore, Pursuing A Career In Real Estate
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Tammy Sytch is back on the convention circuit and says she wants to build a career in real estate.
Tammy Sytch (aka Sunny) spoke with Bill Apter at the International Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame induction ceremony and took some time to talk about her experience being in prison. When Apter noted that it’d been a while since they’d seen each other in person, Sytch said she’d “been a little occupied” with being in jail. Apter said he wasn’t going to go into detail, but Sunny said it’s a fact and she’s not ashamed of her past.
“I drank and I drove and I paid my price,” Sytch said. “I paid a lot of fines and I did my time, and thank God that’s behind me now.”
Sunny also said she does not drink anymore, adding that she’s been sober for a while and feels “better than ever.” The former WWE star then described what a typical day in jail was like before revealing that she’s looking towards the future and wants to get into real estate.
“I want to get into real estate, that’s the long-term goal. I’m going to get my real estate license and eventually a broker’s license, I want to buy and sell properties and flip houses, have some rental properties,” she explained, “that’s the long-term goal.”
Sytch said she’s focused on her OnlyFans page right now, which she says will fund her future in real estate.
Check out the full interview below:
Tammy Sytch was incarcerated in July 2020 due to charges of eluding a police officer, violating a domestic violence restraining order and operating a vehicle during a second license suspension. She was released in June and issued a statement to WrestleZone about her incarceration and personal and professional future which you can read at this link.