Controversial Filipino actor involved in a car accident, claimed not under influence of alcohol.
The 33 year-old multi-award winning Filipino actor Baron Geisler involved in a road accident in Pasig City, Tuesday morning, wrecked his car but fortunately left him unhurt. Together with a female companion identified as Eurie, actor was driving home from work when accident happened on Felix Avenue in front of Karangalan Village.
Geisler was unhurt, his companion who was sitting on the passenger side suffered minor contusion on her right temporal lobe. An ongoing investigation been conducted, as officials have yet to figure who was at fault. Currently Geisler’s vehicle and the truck were brought to the Traffic Bureau office of Pasig City for further investigation, however, the actor felt dismayed at the slow response of authorities.
According to Pasig City traffic bureau, the actor was driving a black Toyota Fortuner with conduction sticker TN0171. It collided with a 14-wheeler truck (RJA 151) along Felix Avenue, Barangay Manggahan, before 4 in the morning.
Baron Geisler immediately wrote on his Instagram account, “My car was totalled by a speeding 16-wheeler truck along Karangalan, Pasig. Truck is owned by FTAT Cargo Movers with plate number RJA 151. I am very disappointed at the response I am getting in this emergency situation.”
After his father died, Baron Geisler confessed to being addicted to alcohol but claimed not into intoxicated when the accident happened. During an interview, controversial actor said, “I was interviewed by Channel 5 while I was at the Pasig Police Headquarters. Do not be quick to judge that I was drunk. The police report and interview will prove otherwise.”
The actor entered show business at early age, as child actor in 1994. He was part the phenomenal variety kiddie/teen gag show, Ang TV. He became one of the most controversial young actors in his generation and been involved in many trouble and cases. Recently Baron Geisler tagged as the modern day “Bad Boy” in Philippine Showbiz. He has been into rehab, which his own mother signed him up. IMAGE/ INQUIRER FILE PHOTO