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“A deadly driver and dangerous threat to the public has been removed” – Florida State Attorney On Sunny

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• “A deadly driver and dangerous threat to the public has been removed” – Florida State Attorney On Sunny

As we reported yesterday, WWE Hall Of Famer Sunny’s bond was revoked by Judge Karen Foxman and she was taken to Jail.

Fox 35 Orlando’s Stephanie Buffamonte was in the courtroom and she tweeted a video of Sunny being taken to Jail.

She also wrote the following:

“WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch put in handcuffs & taken to jail. A judge revoked her bond. She’s accused of driving drunk & causing a fatal crash. Prosecutors argued she had 3 previous DUI convictions, was driving w/o a license & would be a danger to the community.”

Florida State Attorney R.J. Larizza issued the following statement regarding Sunny’s bond revocation:

“A deadly driver will reside behind bars until her case is resolved. A serious and dangerous threat to the driving public has been removed.”

Also Read: Fan Says Sunny’s Pu**y Is Very Loose, Sunny Fires Back

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 14, 2000) – ECW Hardcore Heaven 2000

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 14, 2000, Extreme Championship Wrestling aired ‘ECW Hardcore Heaven 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the The Rave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

This show featured the return of Rob Van Dam after missing 3 months due to an injury (broken ankle).

It was also Masato Tanaka’s last pay-per-view for the original ECW.

The results of the show can be found here:

Masato Tanaka defeated Balls Mahoney

Three-Way Dance: Little Guido defeated Mikey Whipwreck and Simon Diamond

Kid Kash defeated C.W. Anderson

Three-Way Dance: Nova & Chris Chetti defeated Da Baldies and Danny Doring & Roadkill

New Jack defeated Angel

Yoshihiro Tajiri defeated Steve Corino

ECW World Television Championship: Rhino (c) defeated The Sandman

Jerry Lynn defeated Rob Van Dam

ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Justin Credible (c) defeated Lance Storm

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