Is This What Got Fred Savage Fired from the New "Wonder Years"?

Fred Savage was producing and directing ABC's reboot of "The Wonder Years" until early May, when he was FIRED because of, quote, "allegations of inappropriate conduct."


And that's pretty much all anyone said about it . . . until now. Several unidentified women spoke to the "Hollywood Reporterabout what went down. Here's what they said:

Fred showed his, quote, "absolute perfect, best face" to actors and executives. But crew members and other employees who didn't have any power on the set often saw a darker, angrier side. As one of the women put it, "His eyes would go dead."


They say his conduct toward women ranged from verbal harassment to the alleged assault of a former crewmember.


They also claim he had an odd relationship with a much younger woman on the crew. He would supposedly buy her gifts and talk about their future together. At one point she even moved into a house he was renting.


But he was supposedly also controlling, manipulative, and erratic, and she was afraid of him when he got angry. For the record, this woman did NOT speak to the "Hollywood Reporter". These allegations come from third parties.


Also for the record, Fred is 46 and married, with three kids.


As for that former crew member, Fred was apparently fixated on her, too. 


One night she went out with Fred and a bunch of other people. She says he followed her into the women's room and tried to force himself on her. She got away, and several weeks later he texted her to apologize.


Fred provided a statement to the "Hollywood Reporter", saying, quote, "While there are some incidents being reported that absolutely did not and could not have happened . . .


"Any one person who feels hurt or offended by my actions is one person too many. 


"I will work to address and change any behavior that has negatively affected anyone, as nothing in this world is more important to me than being a supportive co-worker, friend, husband, father and person."

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