The boyfriend of former WWE talent Sunny (real name Tammy Lynn Sytch), named Pente, claims that she is not the one to blame for the fatal car accident that resulted in the death of 75-year-old Julian Lasseter Jr. on March 25. 2022.
According to PWInsider, the Ormond Beach Police Department has released a report outlining the incident. Sytch was driving at “high speed” and collided with Lasseter’s parked car, which in turn collided with another car right in front of him. A lawsuit for damages “in excess” of $100,000 was filed against the 49-year-old man.
While Tammy has not responded to the lawsuit, her boyfriend Pente has. It should be noted that he has also been named in the lawsuit, as he was “indirectly responsible” for the incident by allowing his girlfriend to get behind the wheel. She does not have a valid driver’s license.
Pente has denied all allegations against Sunny and has demanded “strict proof” of Lasseter’s claim.
On May 23, he presented 12 possible defenses in the potential lawsuit, some of which are: Lasseter himself was negligent, that he was not wearing a seat belt, that he might have had an underlying medical condition that killed him, that Pente had without third party involvement, etc.
This is not Sunny’s first run-in with the law.
WWE Hall of Famer Sunny has been in the news for the wrong reasons several times over the past few years.
She was recently arrested on charges of causing wrongful death in this case on May 6. She was released on $225,500 bond. She has been charged with DUI 6 times since 2011 and even served an eight month sentence for it in 2018.
The former director of the Road Warriors was also arrested in January of this year for illegal possession of weapons.
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