Patrick Clark (FKA Velveteen Dream) has responded to EC3's allegations he filmed people in the bathroom at a house party.
During a recent interview with NBC Sports Boston, EC3 reiterated his previous claim that Clark set up a camera in his bathroom during a house party in 2018 for the purpose of filming people without their knowledge.
“We had a party and it was at my place, and he came over because I’m being friendly and I’m...top guy and I tried to welcome everybody into the thing. He left his phone in my bathroom with the camera on trying to capture people taking pisses," EC3 said to Sportskeeda.
On Wednesday, Dream posted a video response to EC3's allegations on Instagram.
"I'm trying to help my old man out on a computer and I just type in WWE, right? Tell me why, the first thing I see is EC3 has talked to the dirt sheets. I guess since I'm on TMZ now, I'm somebody again. EC3 has gone to the dirt sheets saying, if you haven't seen it, he had a party at his house one night, and if I'm to be correct, this was about 2017/18, EC3? I'm not going to tell people who was at this party out of respect for our mutual friends but one of our mutual friends is a former NXT talent that no longer works for the WWE and the other person is a current Monday Night Raw talent who used to wrestle talent for NXT."
"Mike, EC3, you go out here, after I gave you the best match you've ever had in your entire career... I'm tired of people throwing dirt on my name, you throw this dirt on my name saying I tried to record you in your bathroom. Let's be honest, MIke, you're leaving out a lot of details."
"What type of powder was on the table, Mike? So, let's not leave out all the details."
"The other two people, our mutual friends were there. I left my phone on your bathroom counter and because you were not sure of my sexuality at the time because of the character I played on TV and because we are not friends in real life at all, you tried to accuse me of recording you in your home. So what did I do? I went to our mutual friend who no longer works for the WWE, a former NXT talent, and I showed him my phone and had him go through my photos and videos and my recently deleted just to prove to you and the other person who was there, who because I respect him and he has a job, I'm not going to put him there. I had him prove to you that I was not recording you."