On this week's episode of NXT, The Velveteen Dream returned to the black and gold brand after a two-month hiatus. No official reason was given for Dream's absence but he was involved in a car accident in late June and independent wrestler Josh Fuller accused the NXT Superstar of sexual misconduct as part of the #SpeakingOut movement.
After Dream's return, Fuller tweeted that nobody from WWE has contacted him about the allegations.
Fuller wrote: "It's a really s****y feeling that I feel like I can't say the things I want to about everything because of fear over my wrestling career. That shouldn’t be okay.
"In retrospect I'm glad I didn't share things anonymously because it wouldn’t have had the same impact but the paranoia that comes with everything really f****n sucks.
"I'm doing okay though, I'm just really really mad that this s***'s just being tolerated and trying to be swept under the rug like it never happened.
"The only things really p*****g me off from social media are the people claiming that it was clearly investigated when there's no proof or statement that ever was the case. Myself or anyone else involved weren't contacted by anybody to my knowledge.
"And also the people trying to make this like an AEW vs NXT thing look real dumb lmao miss me with that s**t. Bad stuff is still bad, stop comparing situations to each other."
He later added: "ALSO anyone claiming I'm coming forward about things for clout, I don't understand the logic behind that whatsoever. I have literally no personal gain and everything to lose by speaking up about things.
"My morals come before wrestling and they always will. This is way bigger than me.
"I'm not sure if I'll keep rambling about it but I just want to say above anything, I never chose to speak out because of myself. It was completely over the kids he sexually harassed and the fact that the internet tried to turn them into the bad people. Be sorry for them, not me."