’90 Day Fiancé’: Geoffrey Paschel Isn’t Invited to the Tell-All so He’s Doing His Own
“He repeatedly bashed/slammed my head into the hardwood floors of my home. He dragged me through the house by my hair and continued throwing my body into walls and furniture. I know this because of blood on my walls, furniture, etc,” she claimed in court, reported USA Today.
Geoffrey Paschel on his domestic assault arrest
In an interview Geoffrey did with The Domenick Nati Show on May 19, he was asked about the accusation.
“Do you feel like you’re going to beat these charges?” asked the interviewer.
“I don’t feel like I’m going to, I know I’m going to. I know the truth. You got all these people putting on this press and this negativity and whatever else out there. I know what happened. I was there. And I’m ready to face it. Every time my court date gets put off, specifically due to the pandemic, I’m trying to push the quickest court date that I can and get this stuff over with. So I’m trying my best to get this court date over with as quick as possible. Because I have everything I need to exonerate me,” he said, adding that the charges are “all just a ploy, all just an agenda to try and make me lose custody of my child.”
The reality TV personality also spoke about his arrest back in June.
“When I first got arrested in June it was for domestic assault, which is bad in itself but it’s a misdemeanor. They tried to drop the chargers but the ‘victim,'” he said using quotes, “didn’t want to drop it. She pressed forward. They offered me no punishment whatsoever just to have it on my record. I said, ‘No. Absolutely not.’ They said, ‘If you don’t take it, we’re gonna take you to the grand jury, try to trump up the charges, we’ll try to get you on kidnapping…’ I was like, ‘You do whatever the hell you want to do. I am not accepting anything other than a full exoneration.’ So that’s what they did.”
Geoffrey wasn’t invited to the ’90 Day Fiancé’ Tell All
Some fans feel it’s irresponsible of TLC to give Geoffrey a platform amid these allegations. As a result, Geoffrey is not invited to the “Tell All.” He blames “the whole Me Too movement.”
“I feel that the network has bowed down to the pressure of a few thousand people as opposed to the .3 million people that watch the show, which is unfortunate. We’re in a different time now. The whole Me Too movement and whatever so there’s a lot of pressure to cower to the minority and wanting to make sure that they’re not making the wrong decision,” he said.
He plans to do his own “Tell All” on YouTube.
“I’m gonna let it all be known there. And we’ll dish out. We’re gonna have several people on, too, to explain a lot of the situations,” he said.