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Footage of Velveteen Dream's arrest has been released

Footage of Velveteen Dream’s arrest has been released

Patrick Clark (fka Velveteen Dream in WWE) in August, after punching and biting a gym employeeand reportedly became belligerent with the authorities when they intervened.

TMZ has now released the bodycam footage Clark’s arrest, where Clark can be seen screaming for his lawyer and threatening to sue the officers. “This is crazy! I work for WWE,” Clark can be heard shouting in the video. Clark continues to berate the officers “I didn’t get my Miranda rights!” I’m done sir! I didn’t get my Miranda rights, so go ahead and bring me to your mom’s station, I’m done!” Clark admitted he was intoxicated during the arrest. When the dust finally settled, Clark was charged with two misdemeanors: battery and trespassing, but the case never moved forward and was disposed of in September, as the victim did not choose to press charges.

Clarke was released from WWE in 2021 and the controversial former “NXT” North American Champion was trying to return to professional wrestling and WWE in the lead up to the arrest. Clark was initially a frontrunner in WWE, doing well on the reality competition “Tough Enough” before becoming a mainstay of “WWE NXT” programming, but he saw his popularity wane after Accused of sexual misconduct in 2020. WWE reportedly investigated and dismissed the accusations, but Clark ended up being sued Released from the company’s months Later on unrelated “behavioral issues”.

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