Craig McLachlan collapses as he claims his life has been “ruined” – fr

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Craig McLachlan collapses as he claims his life has been “ruined” – fr


Craig McLachlan claims his life has been “ruined” in a new teaser for his revealing interview with Channel 7’s Spotlight.

In the video, released Monday, the actor, 55, and his pianist partner, Vanessa Scammel, both burst into tears.

“See, it’s not just a headline for the day, it’s ruining lives,” McLachlan said in the video.

Tears: Craig McLachlan (right) claims his life has been ‘ruined’ in a new teaser for his revealing Channel 7 Spotlight interview. In the video, released Monday, the actor, 55, and his pianist partner, Vanessa Scammel (left), both burst into tears

“Not just me, do you want to crucify me?” Fine. Look what it does to my beautiful partner, see what it continues to do to my family every day.

In a previous teaser, the former Neighbors star looks disheveled, sporting a gray beard and long hair.

“I hope your lives are good, cherish them because they can be taken away like this,” he says in this video, before snapping his fingers.

Upset: “See, it’s not just about a headline for the day, it’s ruining lives,” McLachlan said in the video. “Not just me, do you want to crucify me?” Fine. See what it does to my beautiful partner, see what it continues to do to my family every day ‘

McLachlan is expected to say it all in the upcoming interview, which follows his acquittal of sexual assault charges.

In December, McLachlan was found not guilty of indecently assaulting actors during the airing of a hit musical.

McLachlan had argued that his alleged sex offense while working on production was no more inappropriate than a cricketer giving a teammate a slap on the butt.

Dramatic: In a previous teaser, the former Neighbors star looks disheveled, sporting a gray beard and long hair

Dramatic: In a previous teaser, the former Neighbors star looks disheveled, sporting a gray beard and long hair

Statement: 'I hope your lives are good, cherish them because they can be taken away like this,' he says in this video, before snapping his fingers

Statement: “I hope your lives are good, cherish them because they can be taken away like this,” he says in this video, before snapping his fingers

In a 105-page decision, Melbourne Magistrate Belinda Wallington declared McLachlan not guilty on all charges.

Ms Wallington said it was McLachlan’s ‘selfish sense of humor’ that led him to believe that at least one of his alleged victims would not be bothered or find his behavior funny.

“I want him to note the following: The four complainants were courageous and honest witnesses. I was not persuaded that there was any evidence of collusion between the complainants, ”said Ms. Wallington.

“I was not convinced that there was any evidence of motive, or that the complaints were made for reasons of career ambition or for any other reason. “

Court: In December McLachlan was found not guilty of indecently assaulting actors while airing hit musical

Court: In December McLachlan was found not guilty of indecently assaulting actors while airing hit musical

As the contested hearing in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court drew to a close, it was understood that McLachlan’s defense had submitted 160 pages dismissing the allegations.

He had endured months of scrutiny which saw him and his partner Vanessa Scammel forced their way through media files outside a Melbourne court.

Police alleged that McLachlan indecently assaulted or assaulted four complainants in Melbourne between April 26, 2014 and July 13, 2014.

Complaints: Police alleged that McLachlan indecently assaulted or assaulted four complainants in Melbourne between April 26, 2014 and July 13, 2014.

Complaints: Police alleged that McLachlan indecently assaulted or assaulted four complainants in Melbourne between April 26, 2014 and July 13, 2014.

The allegations became public after one of his alleged victims was made public in the wake of the global scandal involving disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.

McLachlan immediately filed a libel suit against The Age, the Sydney Morning Herald, the ABC and an actress over reporting last year.

The defamation trial had been postponed until the end of criminal proceedings in Melbourne and is now expected to continue.

McLachlan asked the police to pay his costs.

Pictured: McLachlan as he appeared in the hit soap opera Neighbors in his prime

Pictured: McLachlan as he appeared on the hit soap opera Neighbors during his heyday

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