90 Day Fiance fans have been raising the alarm, informing fellow viewers about accused rapist and wife-beater Geoffrey Paschel.
Now, fans are taking things one step further, and campaigning to force TLC to scrub this scumbag from the show entirely.
The Geoffrey Paschel whom fans got to know in the 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days trailer had a simple story.
He's a 41-year-old from Tennessee who is struggling to cope with the death of one of his sons.
He has also been divorced "twice." Notably, this has since been proven to be a life, as he has four ex-wives.
Geoffrey and his Russian lady love, Varya, seemed very cute ... until an alarming heated moment. But that was just the tip of the iceberg.
There is now a Change.org petition about Geoffrey, started by fans who are horrified by what they've learned about him.
The petition seeks to ban Geoffrey from the show "due to current allegations and criminal charges made against him."
"We would also like to make advertisers aware of what they are supporting," the petition reads.
It continues: "And hope to see that your companies will not stand for promoting such atrocities as these."
"He has been accused of kidnapping, abuse, rape, child endangerment, dealing drugs, felony larceny, theft and battery," the petition notes.
Of Geoffrey, the petition remarks: He is barred from ever entering Canada."
Notably, one of his ex-wives fled to Canada to protect herself and her children.
"He has been accused of abusing his boys physically," the petition correctly points out, "and using his children as drug mules."
The petition also describes Geoffrey's latest arrest for horrific domestic violence, which was not even one year ago.
The petition describes the incident, as noted in the police report, as an attack "in which he dragged her bloody by her hair across the wood floors of their home."
Geoffrey allegedly "slammed her head into the walls, gave her a concussion and disabled her cell phone so she was unable to call the police."
"She said she escaped to a neighbor's house to dial 911," it notes. "The blood stains on the furniture and around the house support her claims."
Sadly, this woman was only his latest accuser.
Geoffrey also allegedly "abused his pregnant ex wife and locked her in a hotel room in Costa Rica without food or water."
"She claimed she was forced to deliver her baby alone in that hotel room," the petition reads.
Notably, she may have had another child locked in with her. The child to whom she gave birth is the son who has since passed away.
"He has a total of four ex wives and three of them have accused him of rape," the petition reads.
So far, it has gained nearly 2,000 signatures. The count has gone up since this screenshot was taken.
You are welcome to add your own signature to the Change.org petition via this link.
If common decency won't stop TLC from putting this man on TV,
The comments on the petition point to an unsurprising list of other alleged victims of Geoffrey's violent behavior.
"He assaulted my cousin,” one supporter writes. “He beat her so bad she was barely recognizable."
"My dear friend[’s] niece was abused by this a--hat," another comments.
Domestic abuse is a hugely underreported crime. For every survivor who comes forward, there are other victims who have remained silent.
Obviously, removing Geoffrey from television is not exactly the justice that he deserves.
And let's be honest -- domestic violence, even with preponderance of evidence -- is not taken as seriously by our courts or laws as it should be.
It is our sincere hope that public pressure, prompted by Geoffrey's very inadvisable visibility, will urge prosecutors to throw the book at him.
The attack from last June includes ample physical evidence that was literally smeared with blood.
Any prosecutor who can't convict with that should step down.
Sadly, we won't hold our breath for TLC to do the right thing.
This is the same network that has been cutting paychecks to Jim Bob Duggar for years.
If the network cares about holding evil men accountable, they have a funny way of showing it.
Perhaps public pressure on advertisers will change their tune. Geoffrey belongs behind bars, not in front of a camera.