The alleged anti-Trump attacker of Scott Baio won’t face criminal charges.
Nancy Mack, the wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, allegedly attacked the “Happy Days” star at a function at the school both of their children attend, in December after the election, because of his support for President Donald Trump.
Baio accused Mack of attacking him verbally, then physically, while saying the phrase “Grab ’em by the p***y!!!”
But the Ventura County District Attorney’s office won’t be pressing charges against Mack as it deemed that incident was not bad enough to warrant charges, celebrity news website TMZ reported.
But TMZ speculated that the area of California in which the incident allegedly took place, along with President Trump being in office, might have played a role in the decision.
Prosecutors are not supposed to file cases when there’s no reasonable chance of winning a conviction. With today’s political climate and a Southern California jury pool that, at best, is deeply divided — 42% of Ventura County residents are Hispanic — getting 12 people to agree she was out of line might just be a pipe dream.
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