As noted last Friday, WWE NXT star Velveteen Dream, real name Patrick Clark, was involved in a car accident and released from the hospital that same day.
Raj Giri at Wrestling Inc. reports that the accident happened around 4 pm after Dream’s car hit another car after he failed to stop at a red light. The driver was injured but there are no details on how severe those injuries are. Dream was cited but will not have to appear in court.
Dream has not appeared on WWE shows in recent weeks and is currently not advertised for the next two weeks of NXT shows, themed as “The Great American Bash” to compete against two weeks of “AEW Fyter Fest.” Dream is alleged to have sent inappropriate photos to minors.
Last Friday before news of the car accident broke, there was talk in the company about his days being numbered. As of yet, WWE has yet to announce what their decision is on his status with the company but they have been taking all of the #SpeakingOut allegations seriously and the company has stated that everything that has been alleged about their wrestlers is being investigated.
Dream has yet to issue a statement on the recent allegations but he did issue a statement back in April when the first accuser came forward. He wrote, “Be assured I did not communicate inappropriately with anyone. A private photo of mine was shared without my consent or knowledge and I am working with a third party to look into this matter.”
You can click here for more on the new allegations that came to light last week.