Wactor’s Mother Gives Request After Video

We have a truly heartbreaking story to share today about the tragic loss of Johnny Wactor, the talented “General Hospital” star.

At just 37 years old, Johnny’s life was senselessly cut short while heroically protecting a female co-worker from armed robbers. This tragic event has left many in shock and sorrow, sparking a series of emotional reactions from those who knew and loved him.

Now, amidst the grief, there’s a bit of controversy brewing. Tessa Farrell, Johnny’s ex-fiancée, recently shared an emotional video where she poured her heart out, lamenting the tragic circumstances of his death.

Farrell, visibly distraught, condemned the gunmen, pleading for an end to such senseless violence. She made a poignant appeal to the criminals, saying, “If you’re watching, I’m sorry, but you shot the wrong guy.” Her tearful message also called for community action against rising crime, stressing that these kinds of incidents should never happen.

However, Johnny’s mother, Scarlett, has expressed her disapproval of Farrell’s public statements. In an exclusive interview with TMZ, Scarlett accused Farrell of seeking attention, claiming that she and Johnny hadn’t been in contact for at least two to three years before his untimely death. Scarlett’s remarks underscore a significant distance between Farrell and Johnny’s family in recent years, hinting at strained relations.

Scarlett’s comments highlight a different perspective on the situation. She believes that Farrell’s current actions are more about gaining clout than genuinely mourning Johnny. This viewpoint has added another layer of complexity to an already devastating situation, showing how grief can manifest in various, sometimes conflicting ways.

In her video, Farrell also touched on broader societal issues, urging for smarter community actions to prevent future tragedies. She passionately stated, “These criminals can’t keep being on the street and they can’t keep being sent back and have no repercussions for their actions. It’s not OK, this can’t keep happening. So many lives are being lost, just us not being smart — we have to be smarter as a community.”

As the community grapples with Johnny’s death, his family is preparing to say their final goodbyes. His body will be flown back to South Carolina, where his family lives, for a memorial service. Another service will also be held in Los Angeles, ensuring that both his family and friends from different parts of his life can honor his memory.