WWE News: WWE Hall of Famer talks about her rehab
WWE Hall of Famer, Tammy “Sunny” Sytch, who had several issues with substance abuse, was admitted for rehabilitation following a string of DUI arrests back in March. Apparently it looks like she is enjoying the time she is spending at the rehab center. She recently gave an interview to TMZ where she talked about her rehab and more.
Sunny noted that she entered the rehabilitation back in March with the help of WWE and has been in the center for the past 90 days. The first WWE diva noted that this was the best decision she has ever made In her entire life and talked about her daily routine which is filled with counseling, self-reflection and multiple physical activities including rock climbing, camping and ropes courses.
Talking about the support she is receiving from WWE, Sunny said that WWE officials have been awesome and they just want her to get better. The rehab cost of $40,000 per month has been apparently paid by the WWE for the past two months.
Sytch was asked what she will do after rehab, to which she replied that she is still open to working with Vivid, which is the adult film company she worked with back in February while releasing her first adult film.
While it is great to see the WWE taking care of their former employee, something about this nags in the back of mind. If one might remember, one of the female legends, who was not awarded the Hall of Fame, was basically in WWE’s bad books due to her involvement with the adult films as per their revelation. It looks like WWE has some double standards when it comes to former employees.