WWE alum Sunny, whose real name is Tammy Lynn Sytch, has seemingly found her new calling in life.
After over a year in prison, Stych was released on February 25, 2020 and wasted no time joining an adult video website called OnlyFans. The site is used primarily by people to capture more revealing photos and videos for fans who would be willing to pay a subscription fee every month to view them.
She uses her Twitter account to promote the website and also show off that people are actually subscribing to it.
According to Ringside News, a successful account could help Sunny earn nearly $300,000 annually.
“Even if every subscriber Sunny has signed up for the lowest subscription plan of $134.96 per 1/2 a year, her Only Fans is racking in $215,396 a year. If each of her subscribers is paying per month then she is making $287,184.24 a year. That being said, her yearly number should fall somewhere between those two figures minus 20%.”
Before she got a chance to make this type of money, Sunny spent one year in Carbon County Correctional after she was arrested for another DWI. That was her 6th charge for driving under the influence since 2015. The pro wrestling veteran has dealt with a number of legal and personal issues in multiple states, including arrests and probation violations, since 2012.
Sunny was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011.