"Sons of Anarchy" star Chuck Zito was asked what he thought of the brutal attack that War Machine executed on his ex-girlfriend Christy Mack that left her hospitalized with multiple serious injuries. In the interview posted by TMZ on Monday, Chuck Zito made some disturbing comments about domestic violence that need not be ignored.
The TMZ crew caught up with the former "Sons of Anarchy" star who played Frankie Diamonds outside of Coogies restaurant in Malibu. The film crew asked Zito about the August 8 incident. Zito responded "It has nothing to do with myself or them. That's some personal stuff."
Zito should have stopped with his first sentence but he kept on talking and what he said next has infuriated a lot of people. Zito said, "He just overreacted I guess. Cuz' if my girl was bangin' somebody, I'd be doing the same thing." Then he made a gesture where he made a fist and smacked it with his other hand to signify the beating he'd deliver to his adulteress mate.
Whether Chuck Zito was serious or not, domestic violence is not a laughing matter. The backlash on Twitter was so great, that it looks like Zito packed his bags and got out of there. Prior to his social media exit, Zito posted an apology for the interview and even said that he did not say Christy Mack deserved the beating delivered by War Machine. After that didn't go so well, his account just disappeared.
Zito's handle on Twitter was @ChuckZito. Since the TMZ interview incident, the account disappeared and then reappeared as a brand new account with only two followers and one tweet that says, "Pow, right in the kisser."
Chuck Zito is best known for his role of Frankie Diamonds on the fifth season of "Sons of Anarchy." He also played Chucky Pancamo on the HBO hit "Oz." Currently Zito has four new film projects in the works.
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