Eggert denied Jorges’ claims and said the fan has actually been harassing her. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.“However I also knew the importance of laying the groundwork for any future victims of Baio’s that may come forward and to warn parents who might unknowingly allow their children to be alone with this molester.“I could no longer keep up the lie he conditioned me into,” she continued, “and felt it a Mother’s responsibility to put the truth out there.” Baio has denied all of Eggert’s claims, saying he never molested her. His other “Charles in Charge” co-star Josie Davis also came to his defense. A diehard Baio fan named Kimberly Jorges received a restraining order against Eggert because she allegedly urged her 70,000 Twitter followers to bombard Jorges’ employer with phone calls, according to TMZ.I only had a positive and a professional relationship with him.Out of respect for those involved I will not be responding further on the matter.Aware of this law, Eggert told the site she came forward to spread awareness.
TMZ reports that Blake Painter, who was a captain of the fishing vessel Maverick and appeared on seasons two and three of Discovery’s “Deadliest Catch,” was found dead Friday at his home in Oregon.
They also found prescription pills, but it’s unclear if they were a factor.” TMZ adds: “No foul play is suspected in his death, and an autopsy and toxicology test will be done to determine the official cause.” “Deadliest Catch” premiered in 2005 and has been running for 14 seasons.
In a July 18, 2016 file photo, actor Scott Baio speaks during the opening day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Also Read: Scott Baio Denies Sexual Misconduct With Nicole Eggert: ' This Has Got to Stop' “From the beginning, Nicole Eggert’s inconsistent stories have proven her claims to be untrue,” Brian Glicklich, a spokesperson for Baio, said in a statement to The Wrap on Friday, following Davis’ defense of Baio.
“Now she has tripped over her words once again, and it is time to recognize this charade for what it is.