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WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch will be kept behind bars until her trial for a deadly car crash.
The wrestling legend turned OnlyFans model was arrested on March 25 this year after a 75-year-old man in a stationary vehicle was killed at traffic lights in Ormond Beach, Florida, US.
Better known as 'Sunny', the 49-year-old was found to have been three-and-a-half times over the legal alcohol limit, but coughed up the $227,500 (£185,800) bond fee which saw her released from custody.
Julian Lasseter was in his 2013 Kia Sorento when Sytch's 2012 Mercedes collided with it from behind, sending both of them to hospital, police said.
Lasseter tragically died that same day.
On Friday Syth appeared in court where prosecutors referenced her previous driving under influence convictions and labelled her a "threat to the community".
The judge agreed and revoked her bond meaning she is to be held in custody until she goes to trial for her involvement in a fatal car crash.
The court heard Sytch had been found guilty of two DUI charges in 2015 in Pennsylvania, and has since then violated probation. The state also alleged that Sytch's license was suspended.
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The former wrestler's OnlyFans page has racked up almost 100 million likes and on it Sytch describes herself as the "Original Diva".
She says: "I am the Original Diva, Hall of Famer, Lover and Fighter, getting better with age 😉 I love puppies."
Under the moniker of Sunny, she rose to become a WWE star in the 1990s but her out of the ring behaviour has arguably caught just as much attention.
In 2012 for example she was in handcuffs five times over four weeks.
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US wrestling's Bill DeMott is one of those in the industry to have called for Sunny to be scratched from the WWE Hall of Fame which she was inducted into in 2011.
She hit back at the former WCW United States Heavyweight Champion, saying: "I think Bill Demott should be removed from the WWE Hall of Fame! Ohhh that’s rite, he was never inducted.
"He was too busy sexually harassing female talent and degrading male talent as well. Yet he is worried about a crime that has NOT even been proven in a court of law yet??”
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