WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch (aka Sunny) is scheduled to go before the judge in Carbon County, Pennsylvania at 1:15pm on May 17th, regarding the State’s requested revocation of her parole, according to a report from PWInsider.com.

The report notes that there was a preliminary probation violation hearing to deterine if there is sufficient cause that Sytch, who remains incarcerated in Carbon County Jail, had violated her probation on April 20th and that Judge Joseph T. Matika ruled that there was enough evidence, with Sytch’s fate resting entirely on the Judge’s decision.

For those unfamiliar with the story, Sytch was extradited from the Monmouth County Correctional Facility in New Jersey to Carbon County Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania back on March 28th and has been held there, as mentioned above, since that time after failing to appear in court for two DUI arrests earlier in the year. While Sytch was being processed for multiple charges of contempt – disobedience/resistance in New Jersey, it was learned that she was technically a fugitive of justice, because a motion had been filed back in August 2017 in Pennsylvania, requesting that her February 2017 parole from the Carbon County Correctional Facility in Pennsylvania be revoked.

A bench warrant for Sytch’s arrest was issued at the time to bring her in for a hearing over the issue, however since Sytch was not living in Pennsylvania at the time, she could not be located to be served or taken into custody and was held by New Jersey until Pennsylvania authorities were able to come and extradite her. Due to her being a fugitive of justice, New Jersey would not release Sytch to anyone, but the State of Pennsylvania.