Actress continues to accuse Scott Baio

Actress Nicole Eggert on Wednesday doubled down on her allegations that former co-star Scott Baio sexually abused her when she was underage — accusations that Baio adamantly denied in a separate interview.

Eggert said in a taped interview on The Dr. Oz Show that she was in a car with Baio at his home when she was 14 and “he reached out and started touching me, below the belt, in the female parts.” She said Baio made it clear that nobody could know, that it was illegal and “everybody could lose their job, even myself ... so I stayed silent.”

Baio said Wednesday on ABC’s Good Morning America that “false allegations” against him have “got to stop” for the sake of his wife and 10-year-old daughter.

Congressman blames ChapStick

No, that wasn’t drool on the lips of Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy III. He says it was ChapStick.

Twitter lit up with jibes about the 37-year-old Democrat’s response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union. In his televised speech Tuesday, Kennedy’s lips appeared wet and glistening, leading to tweets about Kennedy’s “drool.”

Kennedy joked on ABC’s Good Morning America Wednesday that he “decided to go a little bit light on the ChapStick this morning...which is probably a wise choice.” He told CNN that Tuesday’s ChapStick was “a little too much, apparently.”

Actors joining ‘House of Cards’

Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear are joining House of Cards for the political thriller’s final season.

Netflix said they’ll play siblings in the show’s sixth season, which resumed production Wednesday. House of Cards halted production last October amid sexual misconduct allegations against star Kevin Spacey, who was fired.

Robin Wright, who co-starred as wife to Spacey’s Francis Underwood, will be the focus of the final season. A debut date has yet to be announced.