Chyna: Oh, of course he knew. It had been going on for a year. But nobody told me. Did you ever approach Stephanie after you found out?

Chyna: I did. After I found the letter I called Vince. He said, "Okay, I'll see you on Monday," and when I walked into the building it was like the parting of the Red Sea. It was like everybody was against Paulie. Bob Holly was standing around me, Billy was standing around me - it was just crazy. Then I actually was going into the bathroom stall of the ladies room because I couldn't stop crying and Vince was going to talk to me. He said, "Are you ready to talk Chyna?"

Then Stephanie stepped up. She took me into the room, we talked, and she goes, "Well, I love him. He's my man. I'm sorry if you feel that way…" and I shut her up. I said, "Shut up. Call your dad in here because I'm going to choke you out." "If you really feel that way, take control of yourself," then Vince came in and said, "Let's do a new contract. I know this is tough for you but it's going to be okay." Then I went home and I got a fax saying they didn't need me anymore. Now with "Back Door to Chyna" - that's pretty much your debut movie with Vivid. It is getting a lot of pub. A lot of people are talking about it. Did you have any second thoughts
about doing the movie when you first did it?

Chyna: Not one with Vivid. They're an amazing company. They made me feel beautiful, strong, stand on my own two feet, getting out there. [It was] amazing. I didn't know it was going to be so well received. If you would have asked me 10 years ago if I would be doing porn… It's an amazing experience; I'm so lucky.

Make sure to check back tomorrow for part two of the interview, where Chyna discusses more about her new Vivid release Back Door To Chyna, upcoming movies, her letter to Vince McMahon, her TNA stint and much more.

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