Renee Baio Defends Hubby After He Was Assaulted By Red Hot Chili Peppers Wife

The police department for the conservative (for California) town of Thousand Oaks, California usually doesn’t have a lot of headline-grabbing business going on (save for the relocation of LA Rams corporate headquarters or meltdown by Amanda Bynes), but a garden-variety simple assault during an elementary school field trip last weekend changed that.

Nancy Mack, wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, reportedly assaulted Scott Baio, Donald Trump supporter, at the Holiday Program for the school their children both attend.

A generic police report was filed with the Ventura County Sheriffs Department stating that a “known suspect” battered Baio with their hands/feet/fists but there was no injury.

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According to TMZ:

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—y.” Baio claims she repeatedly screamed, “Grab ’em by the p—y.”

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.

Try to follow the logic train here. She (I’m assuming) thought Trump was wrong to use such language, and that by Trump grabbing women he was committing sexual assault, but when she screams the word “p—y” in front of a bunch of elementary school children and forces an unwanted physical touch on a man, that’s okay because she’s just trying to show him “how Trump hugs women”?

Baio’s wife, Renee, said Mack hit Scott Baio and shoved him twice, put her finger in her daughter’s face, then screamed at her, asking her if she wanted someone to grab her p—y. Renee also said she has video of the incident, and that Mack’s own sons say “they’re used to her vile behavior.”

Following Mack’s Twitter timeline, it’s obvious she has a lot of anger about the election.

Perhaps that’s something Mack should get help for.