Former WWE Diva Sunny was arrested for driving under the influence on May 30 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania.
The Standard Speaker reported that the WWE Hall of Famer was charged with two counts of DUI and two summary violations after the incident on May 30.
Sunny lives in nearby Palmerton, and she was arrested at 1:32am at the car park of a local Walmart store as police officers saw her hit the curb as she exited the car park.
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Sunny, who's proper name is Tammy Sytch, reportedly failed a field sobriety test and a blood test later showed she had a blood alcohol content of .253 per cent.
The 42-year-old is one of the most famous Divas to have ever wrestled in the WWE and is widely considered to be the first Diva.
She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011 by the entire roster of WWE Divas. She has also perfumed in Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling, and Ring of Honor.
During her time with the WWE, she won two Slammy Awards in 1996. Sunny was also voted Manager of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated whilst managing The Bodydonnas in the same year.
The former WWE Diva made several brief returns to the WWE in the past ten years. She appeared on the fifteenth anniversary of Raw, and participated in WrestleMania XXV in the 25-Diva battle royal for the crown of 'Miss WrestleMania'.
As for what she is doing now, it doesn't look like she will be returning to the WWE for any special guest appearances anytime soon.
TMZ Sports reported that Sunny is close to signing a adult film contract with Vivid Entertainment, with a six-figure offer on the table.
If this is true, and judging by how Triple H reacted when asked about former WWE Superstar Chyna who was in a similar situation, Sunny is likely to never return to WWE programming again.
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