Wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer accused of assaulting Chachi from ‘Happy Days’ for being a Trump supporter

Scott Baio has filed a police report against Nancy Mack, who is married to Chad Smith

The wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith has been accused of assaulting actor Scott Baio, allegedly because of his support for Donald Trump.

According to TMZ, Happy Days actor Baio has filed a police report against Nancy Mack, claiming that she “went nuts on him” at an event that he attended with his daughter in Thousand Oaks, California last Saturday (December 10).

The report claims that Mack “began berating and cursing Baio”, which led Baio – who played Chachi in the classic US sitcom – to “ask her to quiet down because kids were present”.

Baio claims that Mack “repeatedly screamed ‘Grab ’em by the pussy'”, a phrase uttered by Trump in an unearthed recording in which he appears to boast about assaulting women.

The actor told police that Mack then “attacked” him by “grabbing him under his arms and then shaking and pushing him”.

Ventura County police are investigating Mack for allegations of battery. Mack has reportedly denied assault with sources telling TMZ that she “was merely trying to show Baio how Trump hugs women and denies any intentional physical aggression”.

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Meanwhile, Trump’s inauguration performers have been revealed amid allegations of bribery.

Trump met with Kanye West earlier this week at Trump Tower in New York, where they shared a hug and Trump signed a copy of his Time magazine cover for West. West avoided questions about whether he will perform at Trump’s inauguration.

Kanye’s meeting with Trump attracted a heated reaction from fans, while John Legend described himself as “disappointed” in the rapper. West later attempted to explain his actions.