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Patrick Clarke, formerly of Velveteen Dream in WWE, has issued a response to the allegations recently made public by EC3, real name Michael Hutter.

In an interview with Sportskeeda earlier this month, Hutter alleged that, several years ago, during a house party at Hutter’s house, Clarke forced his fellow NXT talents into the bathroom to use said bathroom without their consent. Video was set for

clark has now taken instagram With a reply to the allegation. To clarify, Clark refers to EC3 as “Mike”.

Clarke said:

“So I’ll explain something to everyone. First of all, to all those who have sent their best wishes and their respect and their love towards me, I just want to say thank you very much, because I love you all and appreciate you all, and for your support. Means the world to me, and God works wonderfully.

“Let me tell you this. I’m trying to help my old man on the computer and I just type in WWE, right? Tell me why… The first thing I noticed is that EC3 Spoke to Dirt Sheets, I guess since I’m on TMZ I’m someone again – EC3 went on Dirt Sheets saying that, in case you haven’t seen it, they had a party at their house one night Was … and if I’m right, it was about 2017/2018.

“I won’t tell people who were at this party out of respect for our mutual friends, but one of our mutual friends is a former NXT talent who no longer works for WWE, and the other person is a current Monday Night Raw talent. who used to wrestle (as) talent for NXT.

“Mike, EC3, you go out of here when I give you the best match I’ve ever had in my career. You go out and you… I’m tired of people throwing shit in my name. You this Throw the shit at my name saying I tried to record you in your bathroom. Let’s be honest Mike, you’re leaving out a lot of details. What were we doing that night, Mike? What kind of powder is on the table Was it, Mike?

“Let’s be real, let’s not omit all the details. We were all drunk — you were pissed because you were at your place. Damn you. Near the pass out in the corner. You and your housewife, the one you were at the time.” They were also messing with the chick.

“And the other two people were mutual friends. I left my phone on your bathroom counter, and because you weren’t sure of my sexuality at the time, because of the character I played on TV, and because we’re not friends at all in real life, you accuse me. try to put. Recording you in your home.

“So, what did I do? I went to my mutual friend, who no longer works for WWE, a former NXT talent, and I showed her my phone and had her go through my photos and videos, and I Recently removed’, just to prove you and the other person who was there – Joe, because I respect him and he has a job, I’m not going to put him out there. I proved him to you Did that I was not recording you.

“Cocaine is one hell of a drug, ec3. Get your s**t together, and if anyone wants to go to my friends list right now and check who follows me, because I ain’t following him. EC3 is my follower. I guess, I would really think, that if you put that much thought on me – that you can’t trust me, you definitely on social media, after all these years on Instagram, on EC3 Must not be following me. You’re hopeless. Now control that narrative. You asshole.”

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According to pwinsiderCourt records indicate that payments in connection with Clark’s recent arrest were made yesterday (September 13), and that is probably why he has now been released from prison.

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He is to be produced on September 19 after being arrested twice in August. A summary and timeline of Clark’s current legal status can be found at:

In November 2021, Clark was arrested on charges of possession of cocaine, drug use or possession, destruction/altering/hiding of physical evidence, and no lamp/lighting device in his vehicle.

On April 21, 2022, Clark was sentenced to a 12-month probation period for his November arrest.

On August 20, 2022—which was four months into his 12-month probation sentence—Clark was arrested on charges of trespassing on property after a warning, and first degree battery. TMZ disclosed police documents upon this arrest that Clark had threatened to bite, punch and kill a gym employee at Club Orlando when the employee asked him to leave.

On August 22, 2022, current WWE talent Tehuti Miles (Ashante ‘Thi’ Adonis of Hit Row) put in $1,200 in bond money to get Clark out of jail.

On August 26, 2022, Clark was re-arrested due to a warrant being issued as the November arrest led to his August 20 arrest during his probationary period.

On August 30, 2022, Clark was transferred from the Orange County Jail to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Department.

On September 13, 2022, payments related to the case were made and Clark was soon released from prison.

Clarke will be introduced on September 19, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. ET.

WWE management has been reported as saying that Clark will “never return” with the company.

We will definitely keep you updated on the story as more details emerge. All further updates can be found at this link.

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