Controversial WWE star Velveteen Dream was rushed to hospital after he was involved in a car crash.
Very little is known about the incident other than Dream, real name Patrick Clark, was taken to hospital but was released having not suffered any serious injuries.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com tweeted: "WWE has confirmed to me that Velveteen Dream was in a car accident today, and has been released from the hospital."
Dream's future as part of the NXT cast has been placed in serious doubt recently after allegations emerged of improper behaviour on social media – with rumours spiraling that he is set to be sacked.
In April he was forced to deny that he had sent inappropriate images to an underaged boy on Instagram.
He issued a statement saying: "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."
Then earlier this month, Dream was accused, along with a string of other performers of acting inappropriately as part of the #SpeakingOut movement.
Victims came forward to allege that he sent a sexually explicit photograph to an underage girl and claimed he was grooming young boys.
In response, Dream deleted his tweets, although his account remained active.
He did not appear on Wednesday's episode of NXT TV and mentions of a tag-team match between him and Dexter Lumis have disappeared.
Dream has won the NXT North American Championship, NXT Year-End Award for Rivalry of the Year and the WWE Worlds Collide.
Before his controversies came to light, WWE's executive vice-president of talent relations, live events and creative, Triple H praised Dream for his : "He is a remarkable young man who is wonderfully gifted on all levels, and wonderfully gifted on creating a buzz about himself as well!
"It's all good. He creates some buzz, and that's a good thing.
"Having the ability to be that talented and that smart at the same time is a wonderful thing."
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