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Paige has had troubles with WWE in the past few weeks.

Paige suspended for 60-days following second violation of Wellness Policy

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WWE have announced that Saraya-Jade Bevis, better known as Paige, has been suspended from the company for 60-days effective immediately for once again breaking the company's Wellness Policy.

It's been a turbulent few months for the English-born wrestler, who only just returned from a 30-day suspension last month.

However, with problems mounting with the company, she has now found herself banned for the next two months following her second violation.

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Paige received her first suspension on the same day as Alberto Del Rio, who has since departed the company after having his contract mutually terminated.

The former WWE Champion is now doing the independent circuit and is in talks with Mexican promoters closer to his home, but his relationship with Paige is clearly effecting her time with the company.

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The former Divas Champion posted a picture of Alberto recently on her Instagram, declaring how much she will miss him when he goes away to wrestle, and it looks like she's got herself into more trouble with the WWE.

Despite serving her 30-day ban, Paige wasn't expected to return to WWE anytime soon, and that was because of a neck injury that has been hampering her over the past few months.

It was reported that she may have to undergo surgery, which could rule her out of action for around a year, but it now looks like her future with the company is in even more jeopardy following the latest suspension.

Since the news broke, Paige has taken to her official Twitter account to tweet about the news.

Paige burst onto the main roster scene with a debut win against AJ Lee, winning the Divas Championship in the process, but since the women's revolution, she has been pushed further and further down the pecking order.

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