Former WWE NXT star Velveteen Dream (Patrick Clark) is back on social media and it appears that he will be addressing some things soon.
On his Instagram page, Clark posted some black and white photos with the following caption:
“Eye No There Is A Heaven
Eye No There Is A Hell
Listen 2 Me People 👁’ve Got
A Story 2 Tell”
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In 2020, Clark was accused of having inappropriate contact with a minor. In May of 2021, Clark said that the allegations derailed his career. You can read this statement at this link.
It was later reported that there were other reasons why he was released. Bryan Alvarez said the following on an episode of Wrestling Observer Live last year: “Forget all of the accusations [because] I don’t know what happened. I believe that WWE believes that he was innocent because otherwise, I believe they would have gotten rid of that guy very quickly. I don’t know what happened, I know nothing. All I know is about everything that everybody else knew about related to The Velveteen Dream.”
Alvarez continued, “The thing that I heard over and over again beside the fact that he kept disappearing that there were car accidents and that’s never good and I don’t really know what happened there but it was a regular occurrence. The thing that I heard about Velveteen was that he rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and it had nothing to do with accusations. What I heard over and over was that this guy, when he talks about his Velveteen Dream character and he talks about blending it with his real-life…I heard about the Velveteen Dream in the same way [as Shawn Michaels becoming the HBK character in real life].”