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Scott Baio Denies Molestation Allegations By Eggert With Proof They Are False!

Scott Baio joined Good Morning America to publicly defend himself against sexual molestation charges by former co-star Nicole Eggert on the set of Charles in Charge.

Baio could have let this go but he is defending his name and honor but getting out here and joining the media shows to discuss what went on and what didn’t go on.

Baio is a Trump supporter and a strong one at that. Hollywood will never let him escape defending Trump and working to get him elected. Do I believe Eggert? I guess another question is why shouldn’t I believe Baio? We weren’t there and where’s the proof it happened? If she lied to protect the show as she now claims, how do we know she won’t lie again or is lying now?

“I’m trying to figure out which time she’s lying and which time she’s not lying, because the story seems to change quite a bit,” Baio said.

“What happened with you and Nicole when she was 14, 15, 16?” Robach asked.

“Absolutely nothing,” Baio replied, reiterating that Eggert has changed her story.

At the end of his GMA interview, Baio got emotional when invoking his wife and daughter to explain how the allegations have harmed his family.

“I have a 10-year-old daughter. My 10-year-old daughter does not need to be hearing about this from friends at school, these false allegations. Her job is not to defend me. My job is to defend my daughter, her job is to be 10-years-old. So that’s why this has got to stop.”

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How much do you want to bet that Eggert is a liberal? Hollywood couldn’t shut Baio down by putting him on the Blacklist, and so now they start this nonsense.

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