After the controversial “pee” issue between actors Baron Geisler and Ping Medina as well as “Bubog” film director Arlyn Dela Cruz, the Professional Artist Managers, Inc. (PAMI) decided they will inhibit all their talents from accepting projects involving Baron and Arlyn.
PAMI said it has called for an emergency meeting after they received the letter of complaint filed by Ping last November 30 wherein Baron urinated on the former while shooting a scene for the film Bubog, which is being directed by Arlyn.
The group said it strongly condemns Baron’s “disgusting act and behavior” of peeing on Ping without his permission.
“After a thorough discussion and deliberation during the meeting, in the presence of Geisler’s manager and PAMI member, Arnold Vegafria, PAMI unanimously arrived at the decision to inhibit all our artists from working with Geisler in any movie and television projects for an indefinite period,” the official statement of PAMI read.
Like Arnold, his talent Baron apologized and said he accepts PAMI’s decision. He said he is willing to wait and vowed to work hard to get better.
Baron maintained that the incident was a misunderstanding. “Let’s see. PAMI, I am sorry if you do not want me to work with your co-actors or stars, I will understand. I will move on but sana po maging biased po sila alamin kung ano talaga ang katotohanan,” he was quoted as saying by other reports.
In a Facebook post, Baron also enjoined the public to watch his documentary which Arlyn earlier revealed as the project the former is promoting that allegedly led him to make an issue while shooting her film. The documentary showed Baron and actor Kiko Matos’ fight as a part of a social experiment.
He said it might be his last project given the controversy.
Source By: Internet