Velveteen Dream was released from WWE’s NXT brand after he hadn’t appeared on television since December. There are a lot of stories going around about him, and Cathy Kelley seems to want to distance herself from that.

Click here for a full timeline of the allegations against Velveteen Dream.

It was rumored, but never publicly confirmed, that Dream and Cathy Kelley were dating. She addressed fans in a public statement on Thursday night asking them to stop associating herself with “someone” she “never spoke to outside of work.”

Kelley did not namedrop Velveteen Dream, but plenty of fans got the message.

i love and appreciate you guys so much. but if yall could kindly stop including me in a narrative with someone i never spoke to outside of work

We will have to see what’s next for Patrick Clark after his WWE release. He has a ton of talent and charisma, but those allegations about him are very concerning as well. They also caused tons of fans to make #FireVelvteenDream trend on social media after every appearance for the last year.

Cathy Kelley left WWE in February 2020, but Stephanie McMahon made it clear that she has an open door to return. It seems that Cathy has spoken her piece about the Velveteen Dream as she is finally denying a relationship ever took place.

What do you think about Velveteen Dream’s WWE release? Sound off in the comments!

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