’90 Day Fiancé: Geoffrey Paschel’s Court Date Is Set and It’s Sooner Than You Think
Geoffrey Paschel made waves in the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days community when his legal history came out. In fact, fans were so angry that they called for him to be removed from the show. While Paschel got to finish out the season, it doesn’t mean that his legal troubles didn’t follow him. Now, he will either have to own up to his alleged crimes or his name will be cleared as his court date is right around the corner.
What are the allegations against Geoffrey?
Paschel was arrested in June 2019 after a domestic incident broke out with his girlfriend. He was then charged with domestic assault, interference with emergency calls, vandalism, and aggravated kidnapping.
“He repeatedly bashed/slammed my head into the hardwood floors of my home,” his ex-girlfriend revealed in court documents obtained by USA Today. “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.”
After the incident, the woman was treated at the hospital for a concussion and police noted “a large raised bruise on [her] forehead and abrasions on her elbows and knees.”
What does Geoffrey say happened?
While his season of Before the 90 Days aired, Paschel maintained his innocence. He originally planned to tell his side of the story at the tell-all reunion, however, he did not ultimately end up attending the event. So instead, he addressed the claims against him in a YouTube video.
“I know for a fact that I never laid a hand on any of these people,” he said in the video. “The [first] allegations came from [my son] Cayvan’s mother, then [my] second wife jumped on board. And it was after that, after I’m leaving a relationship, the girlfriend jumped on. And so now you have these allegations trying to only corroborate each other’s story. That’s all they’re trying to do is corroborate the story.
“The protection order that was taken out against [me] — I went to court, I fought it and I won,” he continued. “The judge sided with me, and it was [proven] that she was lying about her allegations because none of the timeline made sense.”
He also denied ever threatening any of his exes with a gun or knife or sexually assaulting them.
“Where is the police report?” he asked. “Where is the police record? Where is there anything other than this moment stating that? That’s all it is. … People, when they’re in a custody fight, they say this. The next person says this. The next one says this. The next person says this. But I didn’t do that. I didn’t want to fight back with these women. I just merely answered the allegation. ‘No, I didn’t. That’s ludicrous. I would never do that.’ But I didn’t counter with an allegation of my own. That’s not the way that I want to even go about [it].”
When is Geoffrey Paschel’s court date?
After the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic put a number of court appearances on hold, many courthouses are back to their normal schedule. According to WVLT 8, Paschel is set to appear in court in Knox County beginning on Oct. 6.