Scarlett has confirmed her WWE release.
On Thursday evening, Scarlett (formerly Scarlett Bordeaux) tweeted that she is officially free to work in 30 days, confirming WWE had released her from her contract.
Her tweet indicates that she has a 30-day non-compete clause, which is standard with NXT contracts.
Scarlett signed with WWE in November 2019 and was aligned with Karrion Kross in NXT. When Kross moved to the main roster, Scarlett was not part of his new act.
Officially free to work in 30 days!— Scarlett Bordeaux (@Lady_Scarlett13) November 4, 2021
And yes…The Smokeshow is back.— Scarlett Bordeaux (@Lady_Scarlett13) November 4, 2021
Scarlett previously worked for AAA Lucha Libre, IMPACT Wrestling, Ring of Honor, and various Independent companies before signing with WWE.
You can view a list of talent releases made on November 4 by clicking here.