'Old news': Tony Danza won't respond to John Stamos' claim that he caught him in bed with GF Teri Copley
Tony Danza 'never had any remorse' about the incident and even 'boasted about it privately to buddies,' an insider claimed
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: John Stamos, 60, has not forgiven Tony Danza, 72, after catching the 'Who's the Boss' star in bed with his girlfriend Teri Copley years ago.
In his new memoir, 'If You Would Have Told Me', the former 'Full House' star claims he caught Copley canoodling with Danza when he drove to her house. This was after he noticed a strange car in the driveway and peered through her window.
Stamos is still bitter about betrayal
Stamos wrote in his memoir, "At first I was like, 'I'm going to kick his...' I didn't know it was [Danza] yet. I see his abs. I'm like, 'Maybe not. F--- it.' And I ran. But I remember running down the driveway with tears streaming down my face and I didn't want anyone to see me," as reported by Radar Online.
Copley, now 62, admitted the incident occurred but claims it does not count as cheating because she and Stamos had already broken up.
However, sources claim the 72-year-old actor and Stamos never discussed or resolved their feud afterward.
'Tony never had any remorse about it'
An insider told the National Enquirer, "Tony never had any remorse about it."
The tipster added, "In fact, he boasted about it privately to buddies! It was like a notch on his bedpost. But John has NEVER forgiven him."
While Danza's ego may have been boosted by his night with Copley, Beach Boys drummer John Stamos described the incident as "my worst nightmare."
The source revealed, "Tony's not going to respond to any of this. He thinks it's old news, water under the bridge, and his message to John is to get over it!"
However, Danza's recent negative publicity is linked to the Stamos story. Fans mocked Danza for allegedly being "condescending" to a reporter in a red-carpet interview.
During the 'New York, New York' premiere, Danza responded to reporter Rye Meyers' queries in a cold and sardonic manner.
Following Meyers' release of the now-viral interview, Danza was under pressure from the public to apologize to both Meyers and his supporters, but that doesn't seem to be happening.