Macey Estrella, formerly known as Lacey Evans, has joined the ranks of those providing exclusive content to paid subscribers.
In mid-August, eagle-eyed fans noticed that Lacey Evans began making changes to her social media handles, indicating that her time with WWE was coming to a close. Then, on August 15th, she confirmed on her Instagram that she’d be known as Macey Estrella once the clock struck midnight, a clear indication that her contract was about to expire.
The star made a name for herself on the NXT brand as The Sassy Southen Belle before she moved up to the main roster in 2019. Evans found herself embroiled in a feud with Charlotte Flair at the beginning of 2021 with Ric Flair in Evans’ corner. However, that storyline was abandoned when Evans became pregnant and she spent the next 14 months out of action before returning in June 2022.
However, since that return, Evans was been plagued by start-stop booking and only competed on WWE television six times in 2023 prior to her exit. The former Marine has courted controversy in the past with her social media posts and became embroiled in a bizarre spat with WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter after she began wearing a drill instructor’s hat as well as using the Cobra Clutch in her matches.
Lacey Evans Joins Mandy Rose On FanTime
Now, weeks after her exit from the sports entertainment giant, Macey Estrella has launched her own website through the platform FanTime, providing exclusive content to subscribers. The exclusive content game has proven lucrative for numerous former WWE stars in the past, with Mandy Rose famously making over $1 million in December of 2022 after she was fired from WWE for posting content that was deemed too racy.
Announcing the launch on social media, Estrella shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse of one of her photoshoots.