Alicia Fox Offered Rehab After Incident At WWE Live Event
Alicia Fox has reportedly been offered rehab following an incident that occurred at a WWE live event.
Fightful Select is reporting the WWE offered Alicia Fox rehab following reports of her showing up to a WWE live event intoxicated.
According to the report, Fox was offered rehab, but instead went absent, and some in the company are not aware if she actually went.
Fox is currently on “thin ice” following incidents over the last few years, including the incident at Wrestlemania 34 where she got into an argument with Ronda Rousey’s husband.
The report also notes Alicia Fox was in line for a push a couple years ago, but showed up two hours late to an event.
Fox has not wrestled since 2/10, and was not at RAW last week. It is unknown if she is backstage at RAW tonight.
She posted her first post in two weeks on Instagram today, which read “#resilience /rəˈzilyəns/ noun 1. the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness And for those w your own opinion #nofoxgiven 🦊🙌🏾💕 #fancy#mood #digitaldetox“
WWE’s wellness policy states talent is expected to be free of the influence alcohol while performing. It also states that talent is prohibited from using or consuming alcohol at any time within a twelve hour period to any WWE event or scheduled performance.
It also states that any performer who tests positive for alcohol shall be fined $2500, and the company may also require evaluation for alcohol rehabilitation treatment.
6. USE OF ALCOHOL
WWE Talent are expected to be free of the influence of alcohol when performing for WWE. Accordingly, WWE Talent are prohibited from using or consuming alcohol at any time within a twelve hour period prior to any WWE event or WWE scheduled performance. Testing for the use of alcohol shall be for reasonable suspicion only as defined in Section 8A of this Policy. A positive test for alcohol shall subject WWE Talent to the penalties set forth in Section 15 C of this Policy and may also require evaluation for alcohol rehabilitation treatment.
15 C. FOR POSITIVE ALCOHOL SUBSTANCE TESTS
In the event of a positive test for alcohol, the WWE Talent shall be fined Two Thousand Five Hundred US Dollars ($2,500.00) per positive test, which shall be deducted from the WWE Talent’s downside guarantee.