The WWE and former Diva Chyna have had a troubled relationship for a number of years now but the tension between the two sides has really ramped up over the past few months.
There has been the back and forth between the ex-Diva and Triple H concerning the latter's physical assault accusation whilst Chyna even showed up unannounced at WWE HQ only to be escorted out the building.
And now, as evidenced by a video posted online by her manager, Anthony Anzaldo, the WWE have taken the extreme measure of refusing to enter into any communication at all with Chyna.
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With Chyna looking to speak with the WWE in regards to a documentary on her wrestling career the former Superstar has been making efforts to get in touch with the company's hierarchy in recent times with no avail.
The filmed phone call though sees Chyna's team enquiring about royalties - a simple and valid query you would think. Not quite...
After initially seeming willing to communicate, the WWE employee quickly changes tact after being told who Anzaldo is representing.
Returning from putting him on hold, and having likely spoken to her superiors, she informs them that Chyna is not someone the WWE are willing to engage with.
Considering the forthright views Chyna has expressed in 2015 she may have expected some negative reaction from the WWE, but to be met with a metaphorical brick wall is a step she clearly didn't see coming judging by her reaction at the end of the clip.
Having hoped her comments would spark some dialogue between herself and the WWE it looks like the best she can hope for is bland statements released by the organization's PR department.
Implementing radio silence is a fairly childish move by the WWE and it only adds to the idea that the top brass in the company can be guilty of burying their heads in the sand rather than facing issues head on.
WWE fans: Are WWE in the wrong with how they are dealing with Chyna? Have your say in the comments below...