Tammy Sytch has responded to Bill DeMott’s call for her to be kicked out of the WWE Hall Of Fame.
On May 9, former WCW star/WWE trainer Bill DeMott issued a statement on behalf of The Keri Anne DeMott Foundation that called for WWE to remove Tammy Sytch (Sunny) from its Hall Of Fame due to her recent role in a fatal car accident.
Sytch was recently arrested on nine charges, including DUI manslaughter, in relation to a March car accident that killed a 75-year-old man in Florida. Sytch has since been released on bail and is currently awaiting trial for the incident, which could see her sent to prison for up to 30 years in prison if convicted.
Sytch has since responded to DeMott’s statement, posting the following comments* on Twitter:
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??
You have a guy asking for me to be removed from the HOF who sexually harassed women, terrorized male talent, used his corporate connections to keep his job, and was an overall piece of shit who ran countless young potential out of the business?? That guy?? He is a real class act!
A grieving father?? I wonder how many potential divas were grieving when they were wrongfully ran off over this pervert? Wonder how many “grieving fathers” had to hug their crying daughter because they were fired and dream shattered by this pig on a power trip? HOW MANY?
Sytch’s comments refer to the allegations made against DeMott while he was employed as the head trainer at the WWE Performance Center. DeMott resigned from his job with WWE in 2015.
DeMott lost his daughter, Keri Anne, to a drunk driving accident in 2015; the driver responsible for her death was a multiple DUI offender. DeMott started the Keri Anne DeMott Foundation in 2016 to “honor Keri’s memory and to share her story with the primary goal of one day ending drunk, impaired, and distracted driving.” For more information on the Keri Anne DeMott Foundation, check out their website by clicking here.
*Sytch’s statements were made in multiple Tweets and compiled for clarity.
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When do we start holding people #accountable BEFORE they kill themselves or someone else? When do we decide as law makers and judges that we DO NOT get to decide who should and shouldn’t be punished? When do organizations speak up for EVERYONE not just influential cases? #WHEN pic.twitter.com/W3WXPj5n71
— Bill DeMott (@BillDeMott) May 9, 2022