It's time once again to update you Cagesiders on the turbulent life of Tamara Sytch, best known for her WWF stint from 1995-1998 as arguably the company's first Diva Sunny.
She first hit the headlines last autumn after being arrested five times for domestic violence and repeated violations of a restraining order. Sytch initially managed to avoid jail by entering WWE sponsored rehab.
However, she wasn't so lucky when she violated her boyfriend's protective order again just a few weeks after she got out of rehabilitation and was given a short prison sentence.
In between all her legal troubles and rehabilitation stint, Sytch managed to upset WWE with a tall story on a new Kayfabe Commentaries shoot interview about how the promotion switched her from the best possible treatment facility to the cheapest joint that they could find as soon as Linda McMahon was defeated in her second U.S. Senate election on Nov. 6th, 2012. WWE disputed her claims that they had treated her unfairly and announced that they would no longer fund any of her further rehab needs.
Now, according to TMZ, Sytch is finally a free woman again after serving in full her 114 day jail sentence, but that's not all. Apparently, she had contracted the human papillomavirus (HPV) before entering prison, which she discovered whilst doing time that it had developed into cervical cancer. Just two weeks ago, Sytch is supposed to have had a hysterectomy and has already been declared cancer free.
If true, then it's a terrible situation for her to deal with on top of everything else and she truly deserves our sympathy. Unfortunately, Sytch has become the girl who cried wolf once too often and it's hard to believe anything that she says now.
Her latest plans are to publish an autobiography that she penned whilst locked up and to move to New Mexico where she can make a fresh start. At least there she will be far enough away from her ex-boyfriend Damien Darling that she shouldn't get arrested days after she was released from prison again.