For WWE fans, Tammy Sytch is one of the unforgettable names the promotion had back in the day. Unfortunately, the Hall of Famer has dealt with a lot of adversity and has had run-ins with the law.

It appears the 49-year-old is embroiled in a new controversy after being arrested in New Jersey for allegedly unlawfully possessing a weapon and making terroristic threats, TMZ reported.

According to court records, Sytch was arrested in Keansburg, NJ and taken into custody at the Monmouth County jail. Among the charges she is facing include two charges of illegally possessing a weapon and one charge for terroristic threats.

"A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he threatens to commit any crime of violence with the purpose to terrorize another or to cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly, or facility of public transportation, or otherwise to cause serious public inconvenience, or in reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience,” the NJ statute read.

It was not the first time that the WWE personality has been in the negative limelight. In February 2019, Sunny was arrested for DUI. It was the sixth time that she had been arrested for the said charge.

She spent most of 2018 behind bars at the Carbon County Correctional Facility in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania before getting paroled in October of that same year.

But nothing much has changed for the sultry manager since then and no improvement has been seen.

While she made her mark as one of the notable faces the WWE had during the 1990s. The 49-year-old, however, also engaged in several adult entertainment ventures – including a pornographic film in 2016 released by Vivid Entertainment titled, “Sunny Side Up: In Through the Backdoor.”

She also regularly posed nude for Missy Hyatt's adult website Wrestling Vixxxens but alleged she never allegedly got the money from doing the photoshoots.

Hall of Fame inductee Sunny attends the WWE 2011 Hall Of Fame Induction Hall of Fame inductee Sunny attends the WWE 2011 Hall Of Fame Induction Getty Images | George Napolitano/FilmMagic