PAMI's ban on Baron Geisler has been lifted

26 Sep - Controversial actor Baron Geisler is relieved that the Professional Artist Managers Inc (PAMI) has lifted the previous ban on him.

As reported on Push, the actor was banned following the pee incident last year, when he allegedly urinated on actor Ping Medina while on the set of Arlyn dela Cruz's movie, "Bubog" - despite the fact that it wasn't part of the script.

On 21 September, Geisler announced the lift by thanking Film Development Council of the Philippine (FDCP) Chair, Liza Dino Seguerra for helping him with the issue.

According to Geisler, he asked Dino for help when they bumped into each other at the Venice Film Festival. He also apologised for calling her "plastic" back when Dino commented about the issue last year.

He also admitted that Dino made him promise to "behave" in ensuring that such an incident wouldn't happen again.

In related news, Geisler will be part of Brillante Mendoza's upcoming movie, "Right to Kill".