VINCE MCMAHON refused to meet Zelina Vega after she was released by WWE.
The 29-year-old was let go by the company following a row over her OnlyFans account.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Vega asked to speak to McMahon after the decision was made.
But she was told by Mark Carrano, the WWE's Senior Director of Talent Relations, that McMahon was not interested.
Despite being abruptly released, Vega has described her time with the WWE as an 'incredible blessing'.
Speaking on Twitch, she said: "To them, too, for letting some 4-foot-nothing Puerto Rican girl from Queens on that kind of a stage to work with her heroes.
"It's an incredible blessing, one that I'm always going to be thankful for.
"I have nothing bad to say, I know some of you might have come for that, but I have nothing bad to say. Just thank you."
The 29-year-old, real name Thea Megan Budgen, recently enjoyed a push as a singles star.
WWE have confirmed to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated that Vega was axed as she ‘challenged’ WWE by opening an OnlyFans account.
Her profile on the website featured exclusive videos of snaps of ‘cosplays, lingerie, swimsuits and more’ and has a subscription fee of £22.60.
The star is also an active Twitch streamer and was allegedly not willing to comply with WWE's new policy.
Performers may remain on Twitch, but they have to do so under the WWE banner, which limits their potential income.
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