Chelsea Green recently faced an uncomfortable situation during her stay at Fairmont Hotel in New York City a few weeks ago despite being credited as one of the top attractions for the wrestling juggernaut, WWE.

The former Hot Mess recounted a case of being mistaken for an escort by Fairmont Hotel security guards, whose identities she recently exposed on social media who asked her to leave the premises. The incident happened after attending a Monday Night RAW event at the Barclays Center.

Despite the embarrassing experience, she humorously likened it to a scene from “Pretty Woman,” where her appearance led hotel staff to misunderstand her profession. Despite the mix-up, Green remained upbeat, joking about choosing a different hotel for WrestleMania weekend next year.

Finally, after weeks of the banter she created on social media in regard to seeking justice and some compensation from the hotel for subjecting her to an embarrassing situation, Chelsea Green took to her X to announce that she received an apology from the hotel after a positive conversation with their General Manager.


“Just had a really positive conversation with the GM of @FairmontHotels plaza. All I ever wanted was an apology… and that’s exactly what I got. Humility & Humbleness are everything ♥️.”

After receiving the apology she had been looking for weeks, Chelsea Green can now move on from the situation and look forward to conquering new heights in WWE after her social media antics, backstage rivalry with RAW GM Adam Pearce, and in-ring performances have been her a mainstay on WWE’s televised programming.

What are your thoughts on Fairmont Hotels finally apologizing to Chelsea Green? Sound off in the comments!

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