Baron Geisler at it again, causes commotion at TV5 ball


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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  • mamer2

    “chemical imbalance and was undergoing treatment”.
    Meaning: He should have been kept in an asylum or “in a secured area of confinement”.

  • Boy Dalius


  • Panot

    Si Moron Geisler may sira talaga ang ulo niyan kaya pinababayaan iyan ng magulang niya na gumala dahil nasa lahi nila ang may problema sa utak. Pakitali naman si Moron at sobra na bula sa bunganga niya baka maka-kagat pa iyan.

  • Mikay Canoy


  • Pepe Alas

    So that’s why I didn’t see him last night in the premiere of El Presidente in MOA. He’s in TV5 throwing a hissy fit or something. Sad.

  • kishbuff

    pakamatay ka na lang kaya!!!1

  • generalproblem

    wala na bang ibang artista sa pinas at nagtyatyaga kayo dyan

  • droccu

    REHAB AGAIN…please…

  • Batz61

    I think this guy needs to be put in a straight-jacket and confined in an asylum until further certified that he is fit again for socializing in a normal human environment. 

  • MaySenseBa

    TV5 management is an idiot.  Mga sinusuka ng ibang network, sila pumupulot.  Why are they so desperate for talent?

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