Nicole Eggert, who starred in the show “Charles in Charge,” is accusing Scott Baio of molesting her

Eggert claims Baio engaged in sexual activity with her when she was between the ages of 14 and 17. It all started with this tweet:

Scott Baio was not able to go with the President to Switzerland but in support he will only be using Swiss cheese on all the subs he makes at Subway on his shift tonight.

Ask @scottbaio what happened in his garage at his house when I was a minor. Creep.

She even referred to herself as a “molested child.”

She called herself a “molested child” and asked another Twitter user, “What is ur explanation for him fingering me at age 14?”

Scott Baio isn’t having none of that:

You can watch the entire thing here or below:

According to Baio, Eggert has shopped the story to Dr. Oz and TMZ but, when confronted with evidence from Baio those outlets have chosen not to move forward with the story, Baio said.

In his Facebook Live video on Saturday, Baio used Eggert’s own words against her.

“It was way after (“Charles In Charge” was off the air),” she told radio host Nic Richie in 2013.

“I was 17, but it was years later OK. I was 17, I started dating this other guy and I did not want to be a virgin. I was embarrassed that I was a virgin. I needed someone to, like, pop the cherry and make me a veteran,” she said, adding that she initiated the sexual encounter.

The issue with that statement, as Baio pointed out, is that Eggert said the encounter happened “years after” the show “Charles In Charge” was cancelled.

The show stopped airing on November 10, 1990 and one of the last shows Baio showed a script to was May 18,1990. Eggert’s birthday is January 13, 1972, which would make her 18 years old before the show went off the air.

According to Eggert’s own words the two did not have sex until years after that.

The math does not make sense for Eggert’s claim that she was 17-years-old at the time.

He didn’t stop there, either. He posted evidence on social media.

She definitely looks like the liar here, but in the #MeeToo climate, are we allowed to even say that? Should every woman be believed, even if she’s clearly lying?

h/t USA Herald