After being fired for opposing the recently imposed COVID-19 vaccination mandate by ABC (by Yahoo Entertainment), the former General hospital star Ingo Rademacher retaliates against the network. According to a complaint filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Rademacher is suing ABC for refusing to heed his religious objections to the warrant.
“I am entitled to a religious exemption from compulsory vaccination for COVID-19 based on my deep and sincere moral belief that my body is endowed by my creator with natural processes to protect me and that its natural integrity cannot be ethically violated by the administration of artificially created, alien and experimental copies of genetic material, ”Rademacher wrote in an October 11 email to the company’s human resources department (via Variety).
According to Rademacher’s trial, he then had an interview with human resources which he described as “half an hour of cross-examination on his religious beliefs”. He is currently suing ABC for alleged religious discrimination.
“It shouldn’t be a political statement,” says the lawsuit. “Not everyone needs to be vaccinated against COVID-19, even if the president demands it. “
The long time General hospital The star has played Jasper “Jax” Jacks on the soap opera since 1996. His last episode aired Monday, November 22, as Jax left Port Charles to settle his affairs in his native Australia. “I disagree a little with everyone in Port Charles right now,” he admitted to his ex-wife Carly (played by Laura Wright).
Rademacher is not the only one General hospital star who was fired from the show after refusing to comply with ABC’s vaccination mandate. On November 23, actor Steve Burton revealed that he had requested religious and medical exemptions from the warrant, which the network later denied.
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