Photo by Luigi Novi. A Carbon County woman whose professional wrestling tenure earned her a place in the WWE Hall of Fame is back behind bars for allegedly violating parole. Sytch was being held as of Tuesday in the Carbon County prison for alleged parole violations related to guilty pleas in in three drunken driving cases, court records show. Records show a Carbon County judge on Feb. Sytch missed a scheduled drug test Feb.
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In the eighties, when Hulkamania and Macho Madness ran wild, there was only one woman who could begin to tame the savage beasts, the first lady of wrestling, the late Miss Elizabeth. Instead of taming muscle—bound meatheads, she needed to stir the pot and drive men wild. Growing up in New Jersey, the first Diva would date a man who needed no gimmicks and she followed Chris Candido to Smokey Mountain Wrestling, where after meeting promoter, Jim Cornette, she was convinced to come aboard and second her man to the ring. Obviously, that was too small a role for a blond bombshell like Sunny, so the company would call up her boyfriend and the pair would become the fitness gurus, The Bodydonnas.
After over a year in prison, Stych was released on February 25, and wasted no time joining an adult video website called OnlyFans. The site is used primarily by people to capture more revealing photos and videos for fans who would be willing to pay a subscription fee every month to view them. She uses her Twitter account to promote the website and also show off that people are actually subscribing to it.
According to an article from TMZ. TMZ is reporting that she spoke Her sister told the site that