Andy Dick seen in embarrassing social media clip

Andy Dick seen in an embarrassing social media clip in which he forgot names of the couple he was marrying as an ordained minister

  • The comedian, 54,was said to have posted then taken down a 10-minute video depicting his wild time, according to Page Six, who reported that he appeared ‘to be extremely intoxicated’ 
  • Dick, who played Matthew Brock on NewsRadio, was said to be mumbling through wedding vows for the couple 

Andy Dick was seen in an embarrassing social media clip in which he forgot names of the couple he was marrying as an ordained minister.

The comedian, 54,was said to have posted then taken down a 10-minute video depicting his wild time, according to Page Six, who reported that he appeared ‘to be extremely intoxicated’

Dick, who played Matthew Brock on NewsRadio, was said to be mumbling through wedding vows for the couple.

The latest: Andy Dick was seen in an embarrassing social media clip Wednesday in which he forgot the names of a couple he was marrying, as an ordained minister according to reports.

MailOnline has contacted the star’s representatives for comment.  

The comedian ended last year with a jail stint in connection with a conviction on sexual battery charges in a 2018 incident.

Dick spent a night in Van Nuys Jail December 6 and was freed the following day due to overcrowding in the wake of his conviction in connection with misdemeanor sexual battery and misdemeanor simple battery, according to TMZ.

In the case, Dick pleaded no contest to accusations he grabbed a woman’s behind and heckled her with crude talk. He was put into jail after not complying with community service he was ordered to complete.

Just two months before, Dick was in court entering a not guilty plea to separate sexual battery accusations he groped a male Uber driver, TMZ reported. 

Details: Dick, who played Matthew Brock on NewsRadio, was said to be mumbling through wedding vows for the couple

Dick in 2017 opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about his behavior on the set of the Raising Buchanan (which was released last year), denying allegations that he groped cast and crew but did lick people.

‘I didn’t grope anybody. I might have kissed somebody on the cheek to say goodbye and then licked them,’ he said. ‘That’s my thing.’

He told the publication that allegations he sexually propositioned people on set were true.

‘Of course I’m going to proposition people,’ he said. ‘I’m single, depressed, lonely and trying to get a date. They can just say no, and they probably did and then I was done.’

Dick made headlines in 2007 when Jimmy Kimmel physically dragged him off the set of his talk show when he repeatedly touched fellow guest (and future senior White House adviser) Ivanka Trump

Dick admits he was confused at what was appropriate or not in the wake of sweeping changes to the entertainment industry amid the rise of the #MeToo movement and the professional fall of convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein and dozens of others.

‘I don’t know the difference between sexual harassment and trying to get a date,’ Dick told the outlet. ‘In the 70s, all the girlfriends I got was by kissing and licking their cheek. I don’t know anymore. There were beautiful women and beautiful guys on the set.

‘I flirt with them. I might kiss someone on the set and ask them to go to dinner. They are the ones that took it south.’

Dick made headlines in 2007 when Jimmy Kimmel physically dragged him off the set of his talk show when he repeatedly touched fellow guest (and future senior White House adviser) Ivanka Trump. 

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