While serving a 114-day jail sentence earlier this year for repeatedly violating her ex-boyfriend's restraining order, WWE Hall of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch's prior contraction of human papillomavirus (HPV) developed into cervical cancer. After declaring in May that she was cancer-free following a hysterectomy, the 40-year-old revealed on Monday that she is not completely clear from the life-threatening illness.
Last night, Sytch worriedly wrote on her Facebook account, "Tonight is a very nerve wracking night for me...tomorrow, at 8 AM I have an appointment at my Oncologist's office (thats my Cancer doctor) to do an exam to see if all of my cancer was removed...Im scared s--tless, and very afraid that they're going to tell me that I still have cancer cells in me, and that I'll need mor surgery and/or radiation and chemo... Please say a prayer for me.... nothing ever scares me, but this really does,. not doing well tonight...
She added, "Headed to bed....gonna try to get some sleep...so nervous, i may not be able to.... say a prayer for me, and ill post what happens tomorrow...xoxo."
The news was not good for Sytch. She stated on Facebook following the visit, "Just got home from the Oncologist...lets just say the diagnosis and prognosis are not good. Dont feel like going into details...very sad. I need a nap."
She added, "This is not a rib."
Sytch subsequently confirmed on Twitter that her cancer had returned while arguing with users who criticized her for plugging her Amazon.com "Wish List" immediately following the somber announcement.
"F*** you.... my cancer isnt gone....im allowed to be depressed. drop dead for your ignorant remarks," wrote Sytch.
She stated to another site user, "Yeah, cancer reocurring is soooooo not serious...f*** off."
A short while later, she said in response to a user who dubbed her a "joke," "A******, i hope YOU get cancer and die from it."
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