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Former WWE NXT wrestler Velveteen Dream arrested twice since August 20


Patrick Clark, best known as Velveteen Dream in WWE, has been arrested twice since August 20.

According to court records in Orange County, Florida, Clark was arrested on August 20 on battery and trespassing charges. On August 26, Orlando Mugshots reported that Clark had been arrested again for possession of drug paraphernalia. An arraignment for the battery and trespassing charges was set for September 28, but that has since been canceled. Clark has pleaded not guilty to the battery and trespassing charges and has since paid bond for release.

Clark was released from WWE back on May 21 of last year after being out of action for five months, last wrestling Adam Cole in December of 2020. In April and June of 2020, allegations were made regarding Clark sending sexually explicit photos to underage children. Clark denied the allegations, and WWE later said that they investigated the incident with no evidence of wrongdoing.

Clark participated in the sixth season of Tough Enough and was signed by the WWE in 2015. By 2017, he had started using the Velveteen Dream name and found success, winning the NXT North American title once in 2019.