WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch (Sunny) will be formally arraigned on January 12th, 2017 in Carbon County Court in Pennsylvania on a number of charges, after she was arrested by the Lehighton County Police on September 5th, according to a report from PWInsider.com.

The report notes that Sytch will be arraigned on charges of receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor in Pennsylvania, which could see punishment of up to one year incarcertation and/or a fine of $2,500, as well as summary charges of driving without a license, as it had been suspended upon her DUI convictions, driving an unregistered vehicle, operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility (no insurance), displaying plate card in improper vehicle, meaning license plates were placed on a car they didn’t belong to, fraudulent use or removal of registered licensed plates, operating a vehicle without valid inspection and driving without Evidence of an Emission Inspection, something that is required in the State of Pennsylvania and that the lesser charges carry punishment of up to 90 days incarceration and/or a $300 fine for each offense.

The report further notes that Sytch was arrested on those charges just 18 days into her parole following a judgement against her for a trio of DUI offences in 2015 and that on Monday, September 12th, the same day that Sytch was rushed from her home in Palmerton, Pennsylvania to Palmerton Hospital, she was charged with possession of alcohol, as well as being under the influence of alcohol, both of which would violate the zero tolerance of her probation and that on her Facebook page at the time, Sytch referred to her hospitalization as being related to her pancreas and that in Sytch’s autobiography, “A Star Shattered”, which had been released earlier in the year, she wrote that her past health issues involving pancreatitis were brought on by her heavy drinking and nearly led to her death in the past and that she had been warned by doctors that if she did not stop, that it would lead to her death. The report notes that Sytch stated on social media that she was released from the hospital on September 20th, but that police sources in Palmerton, Pennsylvania confirmed that just three days later, on September 23rd, she was brought back to Palmerton Hospital from her home after authorities were called there and that court records cite that on that date, Sytch was again charged with being under the influence of alcohol, a third violation of the zero tolerance policy of her probation, which Sytch was also taken into custody, apparently from the hospital and taken directly to the Carbon County Correctional Facility.

The report notes that Sytch has remained incarcerated since September 23rd, waiving her Gagnon 1 hearing last month, allowing authorities to hold her until her sentencing hearing on November 18th and that no matter what happens at that sentencing hearing, Sytch will still be arraigned on these additional charges, while it remains unclear as to what the stolen property Sytch has been accused of receiving is exactly.