Report: Assault Case Against Velveteen Dream Dropped

The battery and trespassing on a property case against Patrick Clark (AKA Velveteen Dream) has been scrapped, according to court records obtained by PWInsider. A hearing was scheduled for September 28 but that has been cancelled. 

Prosecutors believed they did not have enough to move forward with the case and get a conviction. As a result, the case was deemed "not suitable for prosecution." 

Clark was arrested on August 20 in Orlando, Florida and charged with battery and trespassing on a property after he allegedly had a confrontation with a gym employee during which he punched and bit the employee. This was a parole violation from Clark's arrest in November of 2021 for possession of cocaine, use or possession of drug paraphernalia, and other charges which resulted in him being taken into custody on August 26. 

Clark pleaded not guilty to the August charges and he was incarcerated until September 13. 

Velveteen Dream was previously a featured performer in WWE on the NXT brand. He was released by the company in May 2021 and has not wrestled since. 

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