Wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer beats actor and asks his 9-year-old daughter if she wants to be grabbed by her private parts because of Donald Trump support
(Scroll down for video) An actor who played in “Happy Days” and its spin-off "Joanie Loves Chachi," filed a police complaint after the wife of a Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer assaulted him in an elementary school, according to police in California.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Office said that 56-year-old Scott Baio, filed a charge of battery against Nancy Mack, who is the wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith.
Baio’s wife Renee, who witnessed the attack, revealed that then Mack repeatedly asked her 9-year-old daughter of she wants to be grabbed by the p***y.
Baio, who is a loyal supporter of President Elect Donald Trump, attended an event at an elementary school with his daughter in Thousand Oaks.
Mack confronted Baio for his support of Trump, and that confrontation ended with violence. Baio told police that Mack used her hands, fists and feet during the attack.
Baio asked Mack to calm down because his children were present, but she persisted to beat him for his support of Trump.
She then asked him how he could support someone who said “grab them by the p***y.”
After Mack assaulted Baio physically, she then verbally assaulted his nine-year-old daughter by repeatedly asking her if she would like to be “grabbed by the p***y,” according to Renee.
So far, no arrests have been made.