In the latest WWE rumors, it's being reported that former WWE women's champion was denied access at "SmackDown Live." The latest show was held in San Diego, California, and featured two women's rematches. One of those featured current WWE "SmackDown Live" Women's Champion Naomi defending her title against "The Ravishing Russian" Lana.

The other was a women's "Money in the Bank" ladder rematch which Daniel Bryan ordered after stripping Carmela of her "MITB" briefcase win from the pay-per-view. While one of the former women's stars who held championship gold in WWE was there to watch, she was not allowed to go backstage and visit with superstars.

What went down?

A report via Pro Wrestling Sheet on Wednesday indicates that even though Victoria, real name Lisa Marie Varon, was at "SmackDown Live" in San Diego on Tuesday night, she was not allowed to go backstage. There is yet to be any report of why she was denied access to talk with talent backstage, though. She would later tweet about being there as a fan in the crowd with what appears to be a boyfriend to watch the show.

Baron, known as Victoria in the WWE, would post on her Twitter and Instagram accounts about being at the event.

She said she enjoyed the women's Money in the Bank ladder match and had wanted to congratulate the participants after the show. However, Varon says "the office said" she couldn't go backstage. Pro Wrestling Sheet said they reached out to Lisa Marie Varon for further comment but have yet to hear back.

Victoria's story with WWE

There haven't been any reports of issues between Victoria and the WWE. However, her more recent run in professional wrestling was with WWE's competitor, TNA Impact Wrestling. She won the TNA Knockouts Championship five times there after winning the WWE Women's Championship twice earlier in her career within WWE.

She also won TNA's women's tag team titles with tag partner Brooke Tessmacher and eventually would go on to compete in Ring of Honor and the independent wrestling circuit.

In recent months there had been the ongoing scandal of various women's wrestlers having their private photos or videos leaked online. That included Victoria, who had several explicit images and videos of herself shared online without her permission.

Victoria never really made too much fuss about that, although other women's stars posted online when they had a similar situation happen. That said, the WWE didn't take any action against current stars, Charlotte Flair or Paige after their leaked content arrived. It would be strange if this was part of why Victoria was banned.

What makes the latest story involving Victoria strange is also the fact that several other former women's superstars were backstage in Los Angeles for this Monday's "Raw" episode at Staples Center. They included Torie Wilson and Kelly Kelly who were shown in a photo hanging out backstage with some of the newer talents.

There's no reported history between Victoria and her former employer so one has to wonder if this was some sort of a mixup, or there was a legitimate reason WWE management didn't want her talking to superstars backstage.