EC3 Says He Was '100% Sharp' Night Of Alleged Velveteen Dream (Patrick Clark) Filming Incident

EC3 has offered another response to Velveteen Dream (Patrick Clark).

EC3 previously accused Clark of filming wrestlers in the bathroom without their consent with the filming taking place at a house party thrown by EC3. He later said that he mentioned the incident to WWE officials. Clark responded, giving his side of the incident, denying the allegations and saying drugs and alcohol were present at the party. EC3 issued a statement on Clark's comments

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Speaking to Wrestling Outlaws on Sportskeeda, EC3 gave further comment on Clark's response.

“What else could I possibly even say or bother to address? It’s done. He recorded people trying to urinate in my bathroom. That’s the truth. You asked me a question regarding this man who I haven’t thought about in many years, and that story came to mind. WWE employees thanked me for telling that story out loud, so there is no thought of bringing him back to the company from those said employees," he said.

When asked about his story and Clark alleging that he was "pissy drunk," EC3 said, "No, I was a hundred percent sharp that night because no matter how much alcohol you have in life you do not forget the fact you walk into a restroom to see a camera recording looking directly at the toilet. So, no, there was no cloudiness about that, and all the accusations of confusion about who he was and, ‘We’re not friends. It’s childish banter, it’s very unfortunate, and I’m very sorry he’s going through such a hard time, especially with the law and obvious drug issues that he was arrested for."

EC3 reiterated that he forgave Clark for his comments and holds no ill will.

Clark, who was released by WWE in May 2021, was arrested on August 26 on a charge of Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. He is currently listed as having a court date on September 19. A separate record states that the State Of Florida filed the case against Clark back on August 20, when he was arrested for First Degree Battery and Trespassing on the property after a warning.

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