Trump-supporter Scott Baio claims he was assaulted by a celeb-mom


This is perhaps the feel-good story of the week. And I’m saying that because A) no one was seriously injured and B) the person who claims he was “injured” is douchenozzle Scott Baio. As many know, Scott Baio has been a Republican for years. He took it to the next level this year when he endorsed Donald Trump and became one of Trump’s few celebrity endorsers. Trump even gave Baio a speaking slot at the Republican National Convention over the summer. His speech was a mess. But that’s not the point. The point is that Baio and his politics are well-known, and he lives a pretty liberal area: Thousand Oaks, California. A lot of celebrities send their kids to the same schools. Which is how Scott Baio’s daughter ended up at the same school as Chad Smith and Nancy Mack’s kids. Chad Smith is the drummer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Nancy is his amazing architect wife. Nancy “assaulted” Scott Baio at a school function for their kids. But to hear Nancy tell it, she was just trying to grab Scott Baio by the p-ssy, just like she learned from our new President.

Scott Baio has filed a police report claiming the wife of the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer went nuts on him at a function with their elementary school kids … physically attacking him over his support of Donald Trump.

Law enforcement tells TMZ, Baio says he was at an event with his daughter Saturday in Thousand Oaks, CA, when Nancy Mack confronted him. Mack, who’s married to drummer Chad Smith, is a vocal anti-Trump supporter … who has called the Prez-elect racist … began berating and cursing Baio, one of Trump’s strongest celebrity supporters.

We’re told Baio told cops he asked her to quiet down because kids were present, but Mack was undeterred, asking him how he could support a man who said, “Grab ‘em by the p-ssy.” Baio claims she repeatedly screamed, “Grab ‘em by the p-ssy.”

Baio asked Nancy to stop, but he claims she kept repeating the comment because she felt everyone needed to hear it, cause Trump used it. Baio told cops at that point Mack attacked him, grabbing him under his arms and then shaking and pushing him. Sources close to Mack say she was merely trying to show Baio how Trump hugs women and denies any intentional physical aggression. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Dept. is investigating the incident and Mack is listed as a battery suspect.

[From TMZ]

God bless you, Nancy Mack. I think I’m in love. While violence is never the answer, I fully endorse women confronting Trump supporters and treating them exactly like Trump treats women. And if what she did to Scott Baio constitutes assault or battery, then why shouldn’t we call it assault and battery when the PEOTUS does it?

Also: Scott Baio is so sensitive! He didn’t want the children to hear the word “p-ssy” even though his president, the man he endorsed, said all of that.

Here’s a photo of Nancy Mack a few years ago with her husband. Go grab ‘em, Nancy. Godspeed.


Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. MsGoblin says:

    You rock, Nancy!

  2. Melly says:

    If you’re going to commit a crime, commit a crime like Nancy Mack.
    Did Scott Baio not like being touched without his consent? What a prude. What was Scott Baio wearing? I bet he was dressed like a slut. If he didn’t like what she was saying, he could have left. Instead he stayed. Was he asking for it? Probably.

    • FourFiveFire says:

      Yay, Melly!

    • Ramona says:

      “Clearly Scott can not survive in the workplace. Perhaps he should become a kindergarten teacher”
      -Donald Jr

    • detritus says:

      Melly you are so right. I’m for equality, but he was obviously older in experience than his age suggested, a real Lothario. And he even smiled at her, how could she have known he didn’t want to be touched?

    • Margo S. says:

      I am dead melly. That was perfect hahahaha!

    • Sue E. Generis says:

      Totally asking for it. Hussy!

    • Tate says:

      Best post in the world, Melly!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

    • Londerland says:

      *bows down to Melly* Perfect.

    • MC2 says:

      Yeah- if it’s true he deserved it but I am not going to admit that it happened at all. I am going to scream at anyone telling me it happened that Scott is a liar & it’s all a big conspiracy against liberals. Even if video evidence comes out, I will say that it was likely altered. We should drag Scott Baio for even insinuating that Nancy could have done something like this.

      • Melly says:

        I’m with you MC2!
        How long did this supposed attack last? Charging her with a crime is a steep price to pay for only a couple minutes of action. She may never be her go lucky self again.

    • I Choose Me says:

      Joining the chorus in loving your comment Melly.

    • detritus says:

      I would like to make sure everyone is thinking of this poor woman’s future. We wouldn’t want her bright future ruined for a few minutes indiscretion. Who knows if Scott Baio just doesn’t like her, and is looking to get her in trouble. I just don’t think we can trust him in a he said/she said situation. He is most likely just looking for money and attention.

      • Melly says:

        He probably liked it and just got mad after when she didn’t call. He’s just being a real bitch and trying to ruin this poor woman’s future.

    • mia girl says:

      And side eye to his “claims” that he was asking her to “stop”. I think he might have had a drink or two before he went – so it’s on him.

      P.S. This whole thread is amazing. Melly thanks for getting it started.

  3. FourFiveFire says:

    Excellent point about the hypocrisy of calling what she does assault but not what the president-elect does. I am still unable to get over the cognitive dissonance that Trump supporters must be dealing with, and how they justify everything to themselves.

  4. HK9 says:

    45-year old me says “Violence is never the answer.” 45-year-old me also says “bwahahahahahaha”

    • I Choose Me says:

      This is where I’m at too. I’m torn and feeling a little like a hypocrite for enjoying his discomfort so much.

  5. Gadel says:

    To me, it’s a shame when people stoop to trump-levels. I do understand WHY she did, I just wish we were able to communicate to people like Baio normally and they’d listen. I just struggle with it because this kind of thing just makes the trump lovers feel as if they’re better and they’re absolutely not.

    • Amanda says:

      I don’t think many of his supporters listen to what people are saying. But violence won’t work, it will just make him sympathetic. My parents are trump supporters and we have gotten into so many fights and disagreements. All of my arguments are falling on deaf ears. I feel like instead of disagreeing, I’m just going to wait until Trump ruins this country to see if they change their minds.

    • Kitten says:

      Objectively, I agree with you but to be fair to Nancy AND Scott, we don’t really know the full context of their interaction. The article makes it seem like Nancy just came out of nowhere and started berating him but I wonder if it started with a casual, friendly conversation that just escalated? That would certainly make more sense.

      Anyway, I also wish we could talk to each other like intelligent, mature adults but I have yet to see a Trump supporter who doesn’t immediately sink to name-calling and rude commentary when I have VERY peacefully and rationally engaged with them.
      Maybe I just haven’t me a “nice” Trump-supporter yet but this has been my experience thus far.

      • Sue E. Generis says:


      • bluhare says:

        I made the mistake of opening TMZ comments on this. Never again.

      • MC2 says:

        I know Trump supporters that used to be nice. This election has turned them into nut job a-holes who felt the way they did but now they feel vindicated & like it’s okay to yell at people & treat people like Trump did. I am not talking about a 5-yr-old but grown adults. They are saying & doing things that are levels worse then before his was voted in.

        I highly doubt Scott was just standing there being nice. He is a known db.

        Bluhare- I am starting to think that TMZ is evil & part of the problem. They bro-wash everything to a disturbing level and they attract those people. Harvey is a disgrace.

      • LoveIsBlynd says:

        I had a weird experience. I stated on FB that trump supporters have the discernment of five year old. I took it a step further by saying said less discerning
        readers of “news” should have eye scanners installed so that fake news won’t register as motivation to vote. Any who, one of the local dads (trump supporter) in my town pulled me aside at a basketball game and verbally assaulted me for my post- started calling me names etc. I am tempted to go to the police. I’m afraid the cops will be trump supporters…I wasn’t trolling him…just kind of making a funny statement? Did I cyber bully? Because this guy bullied me in person? Advice?

    • detritus says:

      Most people don’t get it until it happens to them. I doubt Baio will get it, but it might be the only way to get through to some idiots.

    • sherry says:

      Can we no longer have civil disagreements anymore? Does every argument have to end up in assault or mudslinging? As far as we know, Scott Baio didn’t grab anyone’s pussy. He never assaulted anyone.

      Everyone wants to talk about false equivalency – Trump said “Grab them by the pussy” in what he considered a private conversation between two grown men. This was an elementary school function where the children are 10 and under. Not exactly the same thing.

      I’m not a Trump supporter, but I also do not condone this woman’s assault and language at an elementary school function toward someone who did little more than vote for someone she didn’t like.

      • Lalu says:

        No. People can’t even talk to one another respectfully because they are so sure they have the moral high ground.
        I guess we should cancel the next election and just let Hillary be president since so many people don’t think we should be allowed to vote the way we choose.
        I cannot imagine acting like this and I deal with people in a regular basis with very different opinions.

      • Bre says:

        This is what Scott said after Trump’s comments back in October: “First of all, I think 11 years ago Trump was a Democrat, so doesn’t he deserve a pass? I like Trump because Trump is not a politician; he talks like a guy,” the Happy Days alum said on Sunday, October 9. “And ladies out there, this is what guys talk about when you’re not around. So if you’re offended by it, grow up. And by the way, this is what you guys talk about over white wine when you have your brunches, so take it easy with your phony outrage. This is the way the world works. It’s not a big thing.”

        I think Scott sort of forfeited his right to be outraged by this encounter.

      • sherry says:

        @Bre – I was and am outraged by Trump’s words and behavior toward women, but again, this was a conversation on a bus between two men. This was not a conversation done in front of elementary school children.

        Supporting a misogynistic pig like Trump does not warrant bad behavior on her part, especially physical assault.

        Verbal and physical assault is not okay, no matter who does it or why unless they are defending themselves from being assaulted.

  6. Birdix says:

    I get the frustration but this isn’t the answer. There has to be a better response then everyone yelling and shoving each other, tempting as it is.

    • Melody calder says:

      ^^^ thank you. What she did was make a scene. She didn’t change any minds, she didn’t make a positive change. I cringe when I hear this. Why is it ok for someone to verbally attack someone over their beliefs because we dont agree with them? I’m not ok with this any more than someone yelling baby killers at those who support abortions

      • Aiobhan Targaryen says:

        @ Melody Calder This is a false equivalency. Why are you comparing someone having an abortion or people who oppose abortion to someone being a supporter of someone who is racist or a racist themselves? Being a racist is a character flaw that needs to be wiped out. What is so hard to understand about that? How do you think change actually happens in this country. The people who participate in positive change screamed, marched, etc. until they got what they wanted. Racism, Sexism etc is not going away by not confronting the racist/sexist etc and their enablers.

        Was that her point to change his mind or get him to get a taste of something he actually endorsed?

      • Lalu says:

        Not a false equivalency. Chachi did nothing wrong. He supported a presidential party and candidate and legally voted in an election. It’s not illegal to have different opinions.
        You don’t have to like his choices but no one has the right to act like that in front of kids. I don’t even care so much except this was at a school function.

      • Aiobhan Targaryen says:

        Racism/sexism is not just a simple matter of disagreeing with someone Lalu. Liking bootcut jeans over flared jeans is a difference of opinion. Liking pasta over rice is a difference of opinion. Believing that Rooney Mara was a better Lisbeth that HBIC Noomi Rapace is a difference of opinion. It is a stupid opinion but it is one. The fact that you and a lot of other people think that racism is equivalent to something like those examples is truly disturbing.

        Yes, he did do something wrong as he voted for a racist, sexist, hypocritical pig who does not even want to be president of the US or a leader in the Republican party; Trump wants to be a citizen of Russia and tear apart what is left of the US. Scott Baio is allowed to be wrong all day and all night long. What I am disputing is Baio’s hypocrisy. Why is it ok for him, a Trump supporter, to go about and yell and shout things and “attack” people, but it is not ok for someone on the other side to retaliate? They are doing things that Trump actually said and did himself. He and his supporters built this model of success, why can’t we use it for our own purposes?

        What proof do you have to back up his claim that she was talking like that in front of the kids? Could they have been standing out of ear shot of the kids and still do the same thing? We only have his point of view, not hers.

      • Lalu says:

        Hey… Whatever floats your boat.
        These things go both ways. I personally want to be able to vote for anyone I choose without being berated at a school function.
        Women want to be able to get an abortion, a legal procedure, without someone that feels it is murder putting their two cents in.
        Neither my husband nor I voted for Hillary… I can tell you if someone did this to us and touched either one of us… Big mistake. She would have been the one filing a police report.
        I say this as someone that adores the chili peppers and hopes to see them next year!

      • Aiobhan Targaryen says:

        I remember your username now. You are Lalu “being called a racist does not phase me anymore”. I gotta give you props for being consistent.

        First, why are you making this about you and your husband? This isn’t about you or your husband or who either of you voted for. This was not about Hilary. I did not mention Hilary once in my comment, so why did you bring her up. The question was: why is it ok for him to support a man who talked about doing these things to other human beings but balks when something is done to him? Can you try to answer that for me without bringing up anyone else other than Baio or Trump?

        You also don’t have a clear understanding of how rights actually work. She has just as much right to berate him in public for his stances as he does to advocate for Trump. Why was it not ok for her to use those vulgarities in front of children? He voted for someone who said it constantly with children scattered throughout the auditoriums. There are consequences to actions. She probably won’t be getting off scot-free for her behavior and neither will he. This is the price you pay for having an opinion.

        That is great that you have the right to vote for whomever you want to, this is fantastic actually. You know it would also be great if a non-white person living in a rural Republican controlled town where voting was restricted because they either had faulty machines or voting places were closed down had the same opportunities. That would be just as fantastic.

      • Lalu says:

        Aiobhan… I realize how rights work etc. I didn’t mean to get in some back and forth with you. I simply agreed with melody’s comment and not yours. You seem to have a real problem with people that don’t share your opinion exactly.
        I stated something about my husband and I because I wanted to say it. I was again, giving my opinion. I am not here to argue with you.

      • Otaku Fairy says:

        @Aibhan Targaryen: “Racism/sexism is not just a simple matter of disagreeing with someone Lalu.” To people who are able to distance themselves from those things or who want to keep participating in them, they are. To them, a person’s being a racist, a sexist, or a homophobe is really no different from a debate about which sports team, singer, or comic book franchise is better, and people who don’t like it are nothing but whining children/fans throwing a tantrum “simply because someone disagreed with them”, not someone being validly upset because the other party is contributing to groups of people being dehumanized, discriminated against, or losing rights. You’re right about it being disturbing.

    • MissMerry says:


      I think it makes sense that she should be able to shout ‘grab ‘em by the pussy’ in front of any american (kid or adult) because if that’s how our president speaks, that’s that. And I think it’s ironic how this guy has no problem with the leader of his country saying it but then thinks that kids shouldn’t hear it…

      But why touching? why pushing? why physical anything…that just, no matter what you actually did, what you believe, makes you look like the d*ck. it’s a reason to get the cops involved.

      and it’s not OK to physically attack somebody for their political beliefs unless they’re about to shoot you over yours or something…

    • Betsy says:

      I’m torn. This is still sexual assault if she did grab his junk without his permission (check it, rape culture-denying Republican thugs, consent matters!), but this is two famous people, one of whom supported the Orange Elect who said and did/does this! So…. this is just kind of perfect.

  7. BobaFelty says:

    no matter how much someone hates my political views, it’s not funny if someone marches up to me, screams in my face to cause public embarrassment in front of kids, yells obscenities, and then tries to touch me. Imagine if you saw a man do that to a woman at a school. Would you still find it funny?

    I live in red state, and am a liberal. I’ve been harassed by people who found out. Just because this time it’s a republican on the receiving end in a blue state, does not make it acceptable. I agree that if the Pres Elect can yell out “pussy” then his supporters should be able to hear the same phrase and be fine with it. HOWEVER, it feels like everyone loses when we sink down to Trump’s level to prove a point.

    • Mari says:

      I don’t care what someone’s trying to prove, politically or otherwise, yelling obsenities in public and grabbing someone’s crotch in front of children is wrong. I don’t give a sh#% what the pres-elect says or does or who endorses or doesn’t endorse him. There is a time/place for this and it is NOT at a school function.
      I’ve heard several stories like this and as someone who did NOT vote for Cheeto Face, I absolutely cannot condone this type of behavior either. And yes, it is assault, no matter the reasoning.

    • Sue E. Generis says:

      This is the difficulty though. They seem incapable of hearing you unless you sink to their level but when you do, you’ve lost the moral high ground. What’s the solution, then?

      • Mari says:

        We cannot stoop to their level. We must maintain the moral high ground. This is a long-game. Think of it this way, Trump will only have 4 years. In those 4 years we can do a lot of good by showing those who voted for him that we are not the problem. I am a believer that not everyone who voted for him knew what they were voting for. Some really, truly were misled and misinformed. Once Trump shows his true agenda, which he will very soon, and those who voted for him see that, we will be there to show them what kindness and compassion really is. We are the future. And we must show restraint and love. We must feel more sadness for those who voted for him than hate. Hating them won’t solve anything. It just puts us closer to their level that eventually no one will be able to tell the difference. We’ve got the moral ground, let’s work together to keep it.

  8. Neelyo says:

    Even before he was an avid Trump supporter/Obama birther, I’ve heard rumors that he’s very racist, especially against blacks. I wish i could remember where i heard that but i can’t.

    I don’t understand how he ever had a career. he’s never been good looking or remotely talented.

    • Aiobhan Targaryen says:

      The 80s were a simpler time were mediocre actors were given every chance to shine. At least as long as it was packaged in something wholesome and white family friendly.

    • Christin says:

      I thought he was cute and funny on the earlier HD episodes. I remember him as a ‘sidebar’ worthy teen magazine boy of the late 1970s. Never found him to show any great acting chops as he got older.

      I personally thought ‘Joanie’ was worthy of going on to a longer acting career, but sadly that never happened.

  9. Sarah B says:

    BIDEN/MACK 2020

  10. Rachel says:

    I don’t really hate people, but I hate Trump. To the point where after the election, I started slipping down the rabbit hole of depression. I believe people who support him are either ignorant or just as horrid as he is. And while I fully believe people should continue to fight against this mockery of a PEOTUS, every time a story like this comes out, the ignorant, horrid people hold it up as another example of those crazy liberals and dig in deeper in their opinion that Trump will be good for this country. Be better, people. Make your arguments in a calm, rational manner, so they can’t write you off as a crazy liberal. It’s hard. I know it’s hard. I want to scream at people who continue to support him blindly. Why can’t they see?? Do they refuse to see?? Are they willfully ignorant?? How can they support him? But that doesn’t help anyone. And grabbing at a man’s crotch at an elementary school function is wrong. No matter who’s doing it.

    • Maria says:

      I wish I could agree, but just seeing how The Daily Mail spins every story against Hillary Clinton (she cannot even go to a restaurant without it being presented as ‘jumping the wait list’ or spending obscence amounts of money) or now the CIA investigation is being spun as Putin doing us a favour by exposing HRC….. there is not reasoning. If you are calm, the rabid Trump supporters will just see it as weakness.

      If they go low, we go high, was a noble idea during the elections, but after seeing what crap the future adminstration and POTUS has pulled in about 6 weeks, I am not sure this is the answer for the upcoming 4 years.

  11. Christin says:

    I’m surprised his wife didn’t jump in. I had no idea how politically involved and volatile their social media feed was until this election.

    • LadyLaz says:

      Their ideology is that they can be as gross and hateful as they want to be, but then feign horror when someone reacts. It’s awful this woman did this in front of their child.. but people will react. Baio wants to be an angry Ann Coulter-type pundit without any of the ramifications…. It’s going to be a long 4 years.

  12. Aiobhan Targaryen says:

    Lol. I like Nancy a lot. Like so much I would actually run up and hug her if I saw her on the street. Like so much I will actually help bail her out if she ends up being arrested.

    Also, She wasn’t being violent at all. She is just playing follow the orange sh-t stain leader.

    • You can bail her out, but the stain will still be there. I don’t think that she will be able to ever legally own a firearm, again. By her behavior, it seems that she may need some Mental Evaluations, and possibly Medication and treatment for Psychotic Behavior.

  13. Nancy says:

    Chachi is a douche who supports a douche, that is a given. I think she went a bit mad, obviously to get her point across. But……not cool to do it in front of his daughter and other kids. Rock on Nancy but sadly this will do nothing but get a few headlines and they will make you the bad guy. trump will probably be tweeting about it later on to once again distract the media….there is a method to his madness.

  14. Rhiley says:

    As a liberal Democrat, I hate that she did this because this is exactly the kind of behavior Republicans love for Dems to display. As I have read too many in the comments sections of publications like NY Times and Washington Post since the election, Republicans like to “sit back and watch our heads spin.” This is exactly the kind of behavior that makes us look like sore losers when a majority of us aren’t mad that we lost the election. We would be sore losers if we had Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio as president. But now we are scared as f*** about what the next 4 to 8 years are going to bring. No doubt, Scott Baio has pretty disturbing views about women and race, but he is entitled to them and attacking those views at his kids’ school is just the wrong way to go about it. What I am coming to terms with regarding Trump supporters is that every time a liberal yells, they feel emboldened. The only way they are going to lose hope in Trump is when he doesn’t pull through with his promises. He is going to be so bogged down defending his ties with Russia, that it is going to be very difficult for him to get his campaign promises off the ground in the next 4 years. So Democrats need to get to work, but attacking his voters is a complete waste of time and the wrong message to send.

    • Neelyo says:

      Very true. Donald and his fans love it that everyone is upset. I don’t say much about his supporters because i’m waiting until they realize they’ve been played and then I’ll cackle loudly.

  15. Meee says:

    In the words so eloquently used by Dump supporters, “poor little whiny crybaby…” Your guy won, those of us against him aren’t going to shut up. “get over it.”

  16. It'sJustBlanche says:

    He’s such a pussy that anyplace you grab him, you’re grabbing him by the pussy.

  17. Rapunzel says:

    While Chachi is a jerk, and there’s definite hypocrisy in Ttumpsters not being able to handle people who act and talk like Trump, I think it’s also very important not to give Trump supporters any more reason to support Trump. Acting like Nancy is only going to make Trump supporters feel even more loyal to Trump; it just makes the anti-Trump side look bad. Don’t give the Trumpsters ammo. Go high when they go low. Stay classy.

    Ps- anyone else think liquor might have been involved here?

  18. Margo S. says:

    I am dying. Cannot stop laughing. This woman is my idol. I want to be her mom friend.

  19. YamiMasher777 says:

    I understand her point, but more hateful actions to equal other hateful actions doesn’t equal any kind of change. If this story was about a man who did this as a form of protest, to a women who was on the Trump team, it wouldn’t be a “Feel Good story”
    Then again we still don’t know the whole story, not that it matters. Getting physical with someone is wrong period point blank.
    I get her point and I understand it, I’d rather she shout at him, then touch him.

    Please don’t kill me.

  20. Chingona says:

    Wow, I am blown away by the this story and you saying her actions were justified just because of his support of Trump. I am in no way saying that I support Trump and as a immigrant to this country I was and still am horrified at the election results, but becoming the very thing you hate or stand against makes you just as bad as them. We must not become violent or commit crimes just to prove our points, because that invalidates us completely. We must rise above the hate and work to better our in a constructive matter, what this women did helped no one.

  21. greenmonster says:

    Calling Baio a “celebrity” endorser is actually very kind of you. You are so polite and generous, Kaiser.

  22. lisa says:

    i think chachi needs to be grabbed by someone as hideous looking for trump who is bigger than him to make him understand

  23. Dani says:

    I get her point but I don’t think a school function is the best place to lose your shit and try to make a political statement.

  24. Jennifer Lynn says:

    Oh come on! She was just behaving like a lady. Nothing but lady like locker room banter.

  25. MissMarierose says:

    I wonder if we’re only hearing part of the story. The way this reads sounds like every misogynist’s view of “hysterical women.” I don’t know this lady or her husband but my own bias leads me to doubt that any mom would just go off like that on someone around her kid and other kids.

    • Kitten says:

      Completely this.

      If she was pushing and shoving him then no, of course that’s not ok but this is TMZ reporting on what the police report said. Meaning, this is Scott Baio’s version of what happened. I just find it hard to believe that this woman would come up to Scott Baio at a function where kids are present and start attacking him because he’s a Trump-supporter. It just doesn’t seem like something Nancy Mack–who is by all accounts a peaceful woman–would do.

      • Christin says:

        I would also have to hear her story and other observers’ versions of what happened, because of having the misfortune of seeing how he and his wife behave on social media. I think there may be a lot more (or maybe less) to this alleged incident.

      • Nancy stuck her finger in Scott’s daughter’s face and said the word Pu___y to her. By all rights she assaulted his daughter, and assaulted and battered Scott. And this was three days after his mother passed away. Defend her, you have to be kidding.

  26. Tough Cookie says:

    This just made my day. I don’t know if Nancy will need a defense fund but if she does I will happily contribute.

  27. Kelly says:

    I can’t believe this is actually being supported. She attacked someone at a kids school. I hate that Trump won and I hate what is happening to this country but it is not okay to attack someone because they do not have the same political views as you and especially show this behavior at a school. Imagine if this was a Trump supporter. This is not the answer. I just want Trump gone but we can’t go around attacking anyone who has a different viewpoint.

    • Kitten says:

      I just don’t get why people are giving Baio the benefit of the doubt here and not her? Why are we believing his version of events and not hers?

      The man has a history of misogyny, you know?

      • YamiMasher777 says:

        I don’t think she should have touched him (If she did) in any shape or form. Say what you want, shout at him about his horrible stances and whatever else, but if she did put her hands on him, that is wrong.
        This would not even be a discussion if a man did something like this to a women. No matter what point he was trying to prove. Or if a Trump Supporter put hands in anyway on someone because of their beliefs (which happens a lot).
        Though I do agree, we don’t know what happened. So for now, I’m on the side of, right message but wrong way to go about it.
        Though, I’m sure we will get some type of clarification on what happened tomorrow.

      • lisa says:

        + 1 kitten

        he is male and more famous but that doesnt mean his version is the truth

      • EP says:

        But if his version of events are proven to be true I’m sure you’ll lead the chours in condemning the assault.

      • Kitten says:

        @EP-Your consistent trolling of me is quite flattering, especially considering I’m not saying anything that different from anyone else here.

        You sure know how to make a gal feel special.

  28. Radley says:

    Nancy Mack is not the one. Damn girl. LOL

    Were they actually in the presence of the kids when this happened or were they out of earshot? At any rate, the only reason anybody would need to have a conversation with their kid about “grab ‘em by the p*ssy” is because the f*cking sleazy a$$ President-elect said it. So ultimately, that’s the problem. But I do hope the more delicate young ears were left out of it. Let’s not worry the babies with adult problems if we don’t have to. Let kids be kids. We’ll ruin them soon enough.

  29. The Old KC says:

    “I fully endorse women confronting Trump supporters and treating them exactly like Trump treats women.” Are you serious?! I’m as anti-Trump as anyone, but you’re seriously endorsing that adults literally go out into the world, including *in front of children*, and behave this way? This is the opposite of “they go low, we go high.”

    Personally, I’m as devastated by the election results as anyone – I’m a two-time sexual assault survivor – and this election was like a huge trigger for me. But since the day after the election I’ve been putting all my energy into trying to make my little corner of the world the world as bright as I can possibly make it. I don’t encourage anyone to let bad behavior (including racism and fascism and sexism) off without a fight. But we’ve got to raise the bar on our own excellence, lest we become that which we detest.

    I come here to read celebrity gossip and get a fun break from news including politics – I’ll avoid any political posts from here on out since I disagree with the overall tone of “stoop as low as the enemy”. That kind of mindset just makes me feel sad and helpless, and imagining people who are intelligent, witty, and liberal/progressive behaving this way is disappointing.

    • Chingona says:

      Thank you, I agree completly with everything you said but my English language skills failed me up above. Anyone congratulating this behavior is just as bad as the very people they despise. I too am a surviver and have been devistated by the election results but this is not the answer.

    • AmunetMaat says:

      Agree. I see countless videos of Trump supporters going off on racist tirades against black people in public, who they do not know. This behavior is disgusting on all fronts. There is no justification for this type of behavior.

  30. serena says:

    GTFO Scott, what an hypocrite!

  31. robyn says:

    Hearing Trump’s own words repeated was offensive to his ears? I don’t blame the mom for being furious that Putin-Patsy Pussygrabbing Trump got voted in by people like Scott because Trump sets such a hideous example for kids. Trump voters repulse me but she should have avoided touching him in the process. I wouldn’t want to touch any Trump voter. Yuck!!!!

  32. Lyla says:

    Please, as if anyone would grab him by the pussy. Look at his face. What is he, a two? Sad.

  33. Jayna says:

    At a school acting like this with children around, ugh. It really puts Democrats in a bad light. Unless he brought up his vote and was arguing with her, it’s not any of her business to go after him, especially physically.

  34. EP says:

    I wonder how she gets on with that creeper Anthony Kiedis?

  35. Otaku Fairy says:

    Even though I DON’T think we should randomly go out and put our hands on Trump supporters AT ALL, (cases of hate crimes and racist/sexist/homophobic harassment and hatred directly coming from a Trump supporter are more of a gray area when it comes to the ‘don’t put your hands on them’ rule though’), this story feels more like comic relief than assault. No sadness here for the unharmed Scott Baio. And any Trump sympathizer complaining about the word pussy being used in front of 10-year-olds when Trump consistently says much worse in front of everybody is a joke.

  36. Elizabeth says:

    aww did this puss boy hass been get his ass beat? GOOD! never fails to amaze me how hass-beens are the ones who kissed tRump a$$

  37. Sean says:

    So he is calling attention to the fact that he got beat up a 5’5″ 120lb woman?

  38. LadyLaz says:

    I feel bad for Baio’s daughter, who didn’t deserve to be in the middle of this. But I have zero sympathy for Baio himself. What? He doesn’t like women walking up to him and grabbing him? He doesn’t like crass language being throw around? Get used to it. We have four years of this orange idiot. Baio should own this.

  39. Veronica says:

    I don’t support her attacking him if that’s what she did, but I’ll wait to hear her side of the story before I take his as the unquestionable truth. This being said, it’s real rich to hear him complaining about children overhearing that kind of content when you had no problem putting the man you said it into the highest position of power in the country.

  40. naomipaige says:

    HA! Scott Baio got is ass kicked by a woman!

  41. This attack on Baio happened three days after his mother died. Good Job, Nancy. At a children’s function at a school in front of young kids vile language. You know what you are, that’s what you are. I am very proud of Scott for not getting Physical with her with her approach and what was going on in his life, also having a family member going through Leukemia treatments. He is the better person. One of these times she will not be too lucky when she picks on the wrong person who has much less restraint.

  42. charlie says:

    you are all a bunch of pathetic cry babies, you lost, grow up and get over it!

  43. Kitten says:

    Oh yes woman-on-man crime is simply a plague on our society.

  44. EP says:

    @Kitten: So we shouldn’t worry about minorities then?