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Scott Baio’s Wife Tells Sandy Hook Mom ‘Maybe Your Children Are in a Better Place’

”In all sincerity, seek help. This is not normal behavior,“ responds one Twitter user

Scott Baio’s wife Renee is a target of widespread social media disgust after she told a Sandy Hook mom, “Maybe your children are in a better place.”

On Thursday, the “Happy Days” actor retweeted a conspiracy theory meme that suggested the mother of murdered Sandy Hook teacher Vicki Soto and the mother of Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer were both portrayed by an actress. The implication of the meme is that both deaths may have been faked, and Baio soon apologized.

Nelba Marquez-Greene, whose six-year-old daughter Ana died in the Sandy Hook shooting, called Baio out on his insensitivity.

Saturday morning, Baio’s wife gave her Twitter followers an update on a recent surgery, writing that there was a “scary set back….transfusion and now bed rest.”

Marquez-Greene replied, “Sure hope no one makes fun of you or suggests you’re acting,” referring to the actor’s conspiracy theory tweet two days earlier. “Instead? I will say god bless you and best wishes for a speedy recovery.”

Baio’s missus responded: “I’m sorry 4 your loss @Nelba_MG however, maybe your children are in a better place. Your ugliness knows no bounds! I’ll pray for you.”

That comment didn’t go over too well with stunned people on Twitter.

Renee Baio apologized and shared her side of the story:

The Baios did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for additional comment.