Scott Baio’s Wife Renee Has Been Diagnosed With A Brain Disease

March 11, 2018 / Posted by:

HuffPo is reporting that alleged pre-teen boy’s dressing room glory hole architect and Trumper Scott Baio’s wife and Facebook Live coacher Renee Baio has revealed that she has a “microvascular brain disease.” Renee has also said that she has two “meningioma brain tumors.” 

When someone Twitter asked Renee how she’s doing health-wise, she tweeted that she’s got a disease that “involves changes to small blood vessels in the brain and the worst cases can impair cognitive function and balance, and cause strokes and dementia.”

Ouch. Scott, who has recently had a police report filed against him by former Charles in Charge co-star Nicole Eggert for allegedly sexually abusing her from ages 14 to 17, tweeted support for his wife.

That’s sweet. However, this is all interestingly timed. Another former Charles in Charge cast member, Alexander Polinsky, has also recently come forward backing up Eggert’s story. He’s claiming that, in addition to walking in on underage Nicole sitting on Baio’s lap one day, Trump’s most famous celebrity fan also pulked shit like drilling that aforementioned gloryhole into his dressing room wall and sticking his allegedly tiny dick through it at him. He also claims Baio verbally assaulted him for years on the set. (This is in addition to claiming Chachi once threw hot tea in his face before filming a scene.)

The cynic inside Baio haters is saying “sick wife = public sympathy during sex scandal.” But Renee’s had her troubles.

Renee used to work as a stunt woman and had a “massive brain injury” in 1992 in a jet skiing accident, Scott Baio told The Blast.

“We don’t know if her tumors and this new disease have anything to do with this,” Baio said.

In addition, Renee is also reportedly a breast cancer survivor.

It’s not known how Renee’s been treating her two meningioma brain tumors, which are traditionally very slow-growing. Her first step, however, should be treating that third tumor. And by “third tumor, I mean “that husband.”

Pic: Twitter

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