Why didn’t Geoffrey Paschel appear on the whole?
Before this season of Engaged 90 days even started broadcasting, fans discovered Paschel’s turbulent past and that he had a number of charges pending against him. Upon hearing this, many fans asked that Paschel be launched. When it was announced that Paschel would not be part of everything, many fans assumed it was because of the public outcry against him. Now Paschel says it was not exactly the case.
“I’m not sad that I didn’t,” said Paschel in an Instagram Live with representative Rocco Straz.
He confirmed that the state of his legal problems was the reason why he had not been invited to attend the meeting.
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“The mentality of staying away from everything because someone said that something is the most absurd thing I have ever heard in my life,” he said. “I want my trial to be over, and as soon as my court case is over, my life will go on. My life is going well now, don’t think I’m holding anything back. But it’s “he said, she said shit”. But I’m ready. I did my homework and I am – I was there, you know. “
Why was Varya Malina not at the meeting?
During his Instagram conversation, Paschel mentioned that Malina had not joined tell-all in an act of solidarity with him. If so, it could mean that Malina and Paschel are still together despite Malina’s previous Instagram post suggesting that she broke up with him.
What charges have been brought against Geoffrey Paschel?
Paschel’s charges relate to an incident that occurred on June 9, 2019. According to an affidavit obtained by In Touch, Paschel’s ex-girlfriend called the police to him from a neighbor’s house after an alleged altercation between them .
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Paschel appeared in court on January 17 for kidnapping, domestic assault, vandalism and interference in emergency calls.
“He hit / smacked my head several times in the hardwood floors of my house,” the woman said in her request for protection, according to Knox News.
“He dragged me through the house by my hair and continued to throw my body against walls and furniture,” she said. “I know this because of the blood on my walls, my furniture, etc. ”
Paschel was originally scheduled to appear in court on these charges on March 26, but this had to be postponed because the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) prevented group rallies. He is now scheduled to appear in court on June 26.