Baron Geisler causes scene at party: report


Posted at Dec 19 2012 01:14 PM | Updated as of Dec 19 2012 09:14 PM

MANILA, Philippines – All eyes are on actor Baron Geisler anew as he reportedly caused four separate commotions during the MVP Ball held at the Meralco Compound in Pasig City on Monday night.

Actor Baron Geisler

Citing two sources who witnessed the incidents, entertainment website reported that Geisler was drunk during the party and that he offended television host IC Mendoza when he called him “cheap.”

The sources said Mendoza was just asking Geisler if he liked his outfit and the actor told him it was cheap.

Geisler also allegedly cursed actor Edgar Allan Guzman when the "Bona" actor ignored him when he passed by. The sources said Geisler told Guzman to have respect seniority.

Geisler also allegedly stole a kiss from host-model Divine Lee and he also grabbed a microphone from an entertainment TV reporter.

However, Geisler denied all these allegations in an exclusive phone interview with on Wednesday.

“I don’t know. I really don’t know eh. Bahala sila. Bahala silang magkalat ng issues," he said.

Maintaining the accusations are non-issues, Geisler said people are just fond of talking about him when he is around.

“I don’t know. You let people talk about me. Ganun na lang. People like to talk about me. People like seeing me. I’m like a novelty item for them, e. Once Baron is there, there’s an issue. But there’s no issue talaga. There’s no issue. They just like to talk about it,” he said.

Geisler even added that he was able to talk to Guzman the day after the party and everything seemed well.

“Nakausap ko 'yung iba sa kanila, plastic naman sila. Like, Edgar Allan, I called earlier. Kaya lang nga, he said everything was okay. So plastic na lang sila,” he said.

Saying some people are only making him look bad, the actor said the people accusing him are probably just envious that he currently has a good career.

“Siguro, they don’t have my career right now, so gusto nilang sirain. I have a good career right now. So, ewan ko sa kanila, gusto nila akong sirain, so tahimik lang muna ako,” he said.

Asked why he thinks Mendoza, Guzman and Lee would make up such stories, he said: “I don’t know, ma’am. You think about it. Actor who’s tahimik lang, who wants to get better, and may naninira? You go around the edges. Tignan niyo. Isipin mo, 'Ano kaya?' And then balikan mo ako siguro.”

Geisler, who recently admitted that he is bipolar, said he is trying to his best to get better.

“I’m trying my best to get better to fix things, and, like, working with Channel 5 right now. I think, the best thing is give me a job, sign me a contract, and I’ll be better. And stop the nonsense controversy about me. I mean, tama na,” he said.