Baron Geisler at it again, causes commotion at TV5 ball

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Baron Geisler. File photo

MANILA, Philippines – Actor Baron Geisler did it again.

This time, the troubled actor, who is said to be fighting depression and alcoholism, caused a commotion at the TV 5 ball Tuesday when he
quarelled with the station’s talents Edgar Allan Guzman and IC Mendoza and stole a kiss from Divine Lee, according to Guzman’s manager, Noel Ferrer.

As of posting time, the Philippine Daily Inquirer is trying to reach Arnold Vegafria, Geisler’s manager, for comment.

In November, Geisler was arrested after punching a neighbour.

Vegafria disclosed that Geisler has a “chemical imbalance and was undergoing treatment”.

Geisler was released after to his family.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/govinda.santos Govinda Santos

    punkass….but in fairness the dude can really act……

  • maypakialamako

    dapat sinuntok pa nga sa mukha ni baron geisler si divine lee! ilang “karaniwang” tao ba ang ginantso, niloko, tinakbuhan, ninakawan ng pamilya lee na yan esp yung tatay! kapal talaga ng mukha nyang divine lee na yan! pa-socialite pa habang yung mga niloko ng tatay nya e naghihirap!

  • http://www.facebook.com/soniboi Sonny Boy Azaña Madayag

    Sayang lang ang talent ni Baron…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BNH2EF27LQAVTR2GUP3FV5PLKY good muslim

     “chemically imbalanced”pag ito makakuha ng baril at namaril ,di ito makukulong dahil luko luko..

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