Mickie James made headlines when she outed WWE’s practice of sending released Superstars their belongings via a trash bag care package. Since then plenty of others have spoken about their own experiences. Chelsea Green even received some of Natalya’s stuff by mistake. Renee Paquette had a similar experience.

During Oral Sessions, Renee Paquette opened up about her own WWE departure. She quit the company, but they still sent her a trash bag full of belongings. The thing is that they sent her a makeup bag that was absolutely full, but it didn’t belong to her.

“I also had my stuff sent to me in a trash bag. I didn’t think much of it. It was a similar experience to Chelsea Green. She was on her podcast saying she got stuff that wasn’t even hers, it was like Natalya’s boots. That’s what happened with mine. I ended up texting a bunch of girls in the locker room. I got a bunch of makeup, someone’s full makeup bag, but no one claimed it. I can picture the person packing it up and not really thinking twice about it because that’s obviously how it’s been done for so long and no thought put behind it, not thinking of what the subliminal message might be to the person on the other end. The hurt feelings.”

Nobody claimed that makeup, but they might give Renee Paquette a call now that this story has gotten out. We’ll have to see if WWE continues with their tradition of bagging up released Superstars’ belongings in a trash bag. Obviously, Mark Carrano’s firing should have put a stop to that practice.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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