One of General Hospital's former stars is selling his luxury home in Hawaii. You have a chance to own the house of a former daytime TV icon.
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Former “General Hospital” star Ingo Rademacher has listed his Haleiwa, HI, home for $6.1 million. The 1-acre compound on Oahu last sold for $1.5 million in 2006. Since then, property values in the state have skyrocketed, and the town's current median list price sits at $2.3 million. The soap star stands to make a killing from the longtime investment.
ABC Denies Claims Of Discrimination After Firing Former 'General Hospital' Star Ingo Rademacher Over Vaccine Mandate
ABC is firing back at the allegations lodged by former General Hospital actor Ingo Rademacher. The longtime soap opera star was axed from the network last year after refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, despite the company's policy. Rademacher then filed a suit against ABC in December 2021, accusing the network of discrimination and claiming he had a religious objection to the vaccine shots.
Ingo Rademacher has been a soap opera star for the last 25 years, but it looks like his time in the spotlight has come to an end. In November of 2021, Ingo was fired from his longtime role in General Hospital after he refused to comply with COVID-19 vaccine guidelines. Although requiring the COVID-19 vaccine is becoming standard in lots of industries, including entertainment, Ingo believes that the guidelines infringe on his right to make his own medical decisions. In December 2021, news broke that Rademacher filed a lawsuit against ABC. Rademacher is arguing that he should be exempt from the requirement due to religious reasons. It’ll be interesting to see how the case ultimately plays out, but for now, there are lots of people who are interested in knowing more about Ingo. Keep reading to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Ingo Rademacher.
The war of words has escalated from social media to prime time between former General Hospital (GH) cast-mates Ingo Rademacher and Nancy Lee Grahn. On Wednesday, December 15th, Rademacher appeared on Tucker Carlson Today and spoke at length about his firing from GH. As the two discussed the global health crisis and their criticisms of health mandates, the former soaps star revealed more behind-the-scenes glimpses into GH during his final days.
Fired ‘General Hospital’ Actor Ingo Rademacher Says Conservative Co-Stars Stayed Silent: “It’s Not Public Support, So Is It Really Support?” – Update
UPDATED throughout, with video: During an interview with Tucker Carlson streaming today, former General Hospital star Ingo Rademacher likened Covid to “a serious flu bug,” asserted without evidence that vaccines don’t “do a good job at stopping the spread” of the coronavirus, and speculated that Disney/ABC would have canceled the long-running soap if conservative cast members refused, en masse, to comply with the vaccine mandate. The GH cast “kind of knew that the mandates were coming a few months ago because Disney had already started mandating for their theme park employees,” Rademacher said during the taped interview for Tucker Carlson Today...
Last month, General Hospital actor Ingo Rademacher was forced off of the show after he refused to comply with ABC’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Now, he’s filing a lawsuit against the network. In legal filings obtained by USA Today, Rademacher claims that ABC is forcing “medical treatment to its employees against their will.”
Former “General Hospital” star Ingo Rademacher has sued ABC over their vaccine mandate, alleging they denied his applications for religious exemption. Rademacher, 50, left the long-running daytime drama in November after refusing to comply with ABC’s mandate requiring General Hospital employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Documents were filed by attorney John W. Howard on behalf of the actor stating that Rademacher applied for a religious exemption to the mandate but was denied. He is also being represented by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
“General Hospital” star Ingo Rademacher sued ABC on Monday, arguing that the company’s COVID vaccine mandate is unconstitutional and amounts to religious discrimination. Rademacher, who played Jasper “Jax” Jacks on the soap for nearly 25 years, was fired last month after refusing to get vaccinated. According to his lawsuit, Rademacher sought a religious exemption from the mandate, which ABC rejected. Rademacher is represented by John W. Howard, an attorney who has filed several lawsuits challenging vaccine mandates, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. “I am entitled to a religious exemption against mandatory vaccination for COVID-19 on the basis of my deeply and sincerely held...
Ingo Rademacher, the actor who was fired from General Hospital (GH) for declining to comply to ABC’s health mandate, is suing his former network. The case was brought forth by John W. Howard, a lawyer who has challenged health mandates in several, previous cases. According to the lawsuit, Rademacher had sought a religious exemption from the health mandate, which took effect on November 1st, but ABC rejected it.
“General Hospital” actor Ingo Rademacher, fired in November after 25 years with the show for opposing ABC’s directive to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, filed court papers Monday arguing that the network mandate is unconstitutional.