’90 Day Fiancé’: Geoffrey Paschel Returns to Deny Drug Mule Rumor
There were many claims made against Geoffrey Paschel by women who dated him or were married to him. An ex-wife accused the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days star of using his kid as a drug mule. Find out how he’s denying the rumor and more.
Geoffrey Paschel wasn’t at the Tell All of ’90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days’
This season of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days showed Paschel trying to pursue a relationship with Varya Malina. He went from Tennessee to spend time with her in Russia.
Fans turned on Paschel when it was revealed that multiple women have accused him of abuse. They petitioned to get him off the show. His full story was shown to the audience, but he was reportedly not invited back to the Tell All.
Malina also didn’t go or his friend, Mary Wallace. They planned to do a Tell All on their own, then Paschel reportedly canceled it.
There wasn’t a reason given but because the cast had to sign a non-disclosure agreement, that might have stopped it. He is still keeping in touch with fans to address claims made against him.
He made a video denying the drug mule rumor
The former reality star released a new video on YouTube. This time it was to address the rumor that he used his kids as drug mules.
“I’ve been ready to tell my peace,” he said. “I’ve been ready to tell everything that’s actually happened and the truth behind all this. But I’ve been told not to. I’ve been told to keep quiet, to not say anything. The hate will go away just ignore it.”
He claimed he’s now speaking out because it’s not good for his mental health. The father then addressed the rumor that he used his kids as drug mules.
“You know what people don’t realize is that anybody could put whatever they want in these court proceeding papers. How do I fight something that’s inherently not true?” he questioned.
A quote from the court documents was then shown. “Mother has taken position that Father should not have co-parenting time with the parties’ son because he is a danger to the child due to his practice of selling opiate medication and his historic involvement of his children as a ‘cover’ or ‘mule’ in his legal activities,” read the quote.
“I’ve never at any point used my children as covers or drug mules,” Paschel said. Someone in the video asks him how the mention of opiates plays into the situation.
“I couldn’t tell you where it plays in,” he said. Paschel again said lawyers can say anything. He admitted to using opiates before for pain from a fracture and a back problem. He claimed he stopped using the prescribed medication. He also claimed he hasn’t sold drugs since 1999.
It’s still unknown if Malina and Paschel are still engaged. The video also suggests Paschel will address other accusations in the future.