Ex-"General Hospital" star Ingo Rademacher has filed a lawsuit against ABC for its vaccination mandate, calling it unconstitutional.
Ingo, who was a part of the soap opera for 25 years, calls ABC's actions "blatantly unlawful" and believes the company only put its vaccination policy in place to please the Biden Administration, according to TMZ, who obtained the lawsuit.
In the paperwork, the actor claimed he asked the network for a religious exemption from getting the vaccine and sat through a 30-minute meeting to try and argue his point, but he was ultimately denied.
He was fired in early November after refusing to get vaccinated, which he contests is a violation of his right to privacy under the California Constitution. Ingo further argues that COVID rules are "most draconian restrictions in modern history."
Ingo is suing for damages and wants the court to rule ABC's mandate unconstitutional.
The lawsuit was filed the same day the Supreme Court declined to block a New York vaccine mandate for health care workers.