In an update on WWE announcing on Friday that they had released Zelina Vega (real name Thea Trinidad) from her contract with the company, a report from Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated notes that WWE considered Vega’s noncompliance to shut down a recently-opened OnlyFans account as a breach of her WWE contract.

Trinidad, who was considered one of the company’s rising stars, opened an account on OnlyFans earlier this month, despite a controversial new company-wide edict from WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon, which banned performers from using platforms like Twitch and Cameo to supplement their income, with those non-compliant regarding the new restrictions subjected to a fine, a suspension or outright dismissal from the company.

The report adds that Trinidad’s OnlyFans account featured exclusive videos and photographs of cosplays, lingerie, swimsuits and more, for a monthly subscription fee of $30 and that WWE, specifically Vince McMahon, considered this as a breach of her WWE contract and responded by terminating her, while upper management felt that she had boxed them into a difficult situation upon her opening the OnlyFans account, especially after she was part of discussions at WWE headquarters regarding the usage of third-party platforms like Cameo and Twitch.