WWE Alleged Pedophile Wins In Court Case

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The luck that Velveteen Dream has is really something. The charges that were put against him most recently, battery and trespassing, may now have been dropped completely without any extra work needing to be done to solidify a court case.

It seems that the charges against Patrick Clark (FKA Velveteen Dream) may have been dropped as Clark was arrested on August 20 after allegedly punching an employee of the Club Orlando fitness center. He was scheduled to appear in court on September 28 but according to a report, thanks to PW Insider, court records indicate the date has been canceled.

This could mean that the date was moved to another and there will still be one, right? Well, as of right now, by the reports spreading around about the case, it seems that currently no other court date for the case is listed which could mean the charges have been dropped totally.

Diving into what happened, according to police documents obtained by TMZ, Clark became “irate and argumentative” with the gym employee after he was asked to leave an area of the fitness center that was closed for cleaning. What also happened was Clark is also alleged to have made death threats toward the employee before punching him in the face.

A fight between Clark and the employee ensued and Clark is alleged to have bitten the employee during the melee. Police observed a bite mark on the employee’s chest. Through his attorney, Clark submitted a written plea of “not guilty” to the charges. He was then arrested for violation of his parole on August 26.

As of now, there are no extra words on just how this will play out, but by the looks of it, there may have been some kind of payoff that happened which had the employee drop the case. Of course, this should not be taken as truth.

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