Conservative actor and Trump supporter Scott Baio took to Facebook on Saturday to respond to 46-year-old actress Nicole Eggert’s claims that she was “molested” by Baio repeatedly from the time she was 14 until she was 17.

Eggert went on a rampage in a series of tweets- some which she later deleted.


The series of tweets by Eggert began with: “Ask @scottbaio what happened in his garage at his house when I was a minor. Creep.”

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She subsequently deleted tweets published in E!News and The New York Post where she wrote “A molested child is irrelevent? That is what u r saying?” and “I was 14,15,16 and 17.”

Baio responded on Twitter: “I’m about to do a Facebook love to prove her claims are 100% lies!”


Baio wrote on his Facebook page:

Nicole Eggert has been claiming I had sex with her before she was 18 at least since 2013. She is provably wrong, and because we have been telling her that since last year without results, our only conclusion is that she is deliberately lying.

The proof of this is contained in the letter from my attorneys, which is available here:…/1.17.18%20Ltr%20to%20Oz%20redacte….

This letter was sent to the Dr. Oz show when she attempted to pitch her story to them. After they reviewed this evidence of her deceit, which is not only in her own words, but actually in her own voice, they cancelled the planned show. Other media has since done the same.


Please review this letter carefully. The evidence it contains proves beyond doubt that she initiated our one and only sexual contact and that it was well after she turned 18.

When Nicole started tweeting about this again late last year, shortly after the major stories broke about sexual harassment in entertainment, my attorneys sent her and Alex Polinsky a letter advising and requesting that they take their allegations to law enforcement for a full investigation. They have refused to do so.

Only after Nicole Eggert was proven to be dishonest in her “sex at 17” allegations did she create a new story about sexual contact at an even younger age. For the record, they are false too. But more tellingly, given her years long history of making claims of underage sex, why has she never mentioned this until her primary claim was proven wrong? Why is she unwilling to go to law enforcement with her claims? Is it not clear that this new story is just another false claim to distract you from her earlier lies?

Since her goal appears to be publicity, I am not inclined to do additional media on this, but I am holding my options open.

Fox News has more:

“I’m here today to talk about some allegations that have been made against me that aren’t true by somebody named Nicole Eggert,” Baio said in the 16-minute video. “The reason I’m doing Facebook Live is because nobody can edit me, nobody can change what I said. These are my words. And what I’m telling you is the truth.”

Baio told viewers his “reputation is being damaged” and that “My family is being put through this and I’m done. I’m done.”

He then walked viewers through his version of events, as his wife could be heard off camera.

Baio said once Eggert was 18, they had a consensual sexual relationship instigated by her, and that she “seduced” him. The actor posted pictures to Twitter of a script which he said proved she was already over 18.

“Now, any normal, heterosexual, red-blooded, American guy, the outcome would have been the same, the same thing would have happened,” he said. “She seduced me. She came in the house and started kissing me.”

The actor said that Eggert was recently scheduled to go on the Dr. Oz show, and a producer had contacted him about her claims. After his legal team sent the show a “persuasive” letter, Eggert’s appearance was then canceled, according to Baio.

He also posted on Twitter copies of letters from his lawyers to show producers.

Baio also referenced remarks Eggert made about him during a 2012 interview with Yahoo where she said “I would love to work with him again.’

“There are a lot of weird, strange rumors about things that went on between us, but we became really good friends and everything is way more innocent than it was made out to be,” Eggert told Yahoo.

Baio ended his Facebook Live video by saying, “I don’t know what else to put out there. She’s my best friend in the world, then all of a sudden I’m the boogeyman.”

“The problem with this, in almost all he said-she said cases it’s just said-she said. Now, go prove it or disprove it. The real problem with this is people with legitimate claims aren’t taken seriously, and that’s too bad,” he added.

Eggert has not commented further since her initial set of Twitter posts.

Here is the video:

If this video gets deleted just go to Baio’s Facebook page.

Frankly, I believe Scott. This “me too” crap is getting out of control not to mention the mountains of proof he has provided.



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