Sig Hansen of "The Deadliest Catch" is dealing with huge drama right now as his daughter is accusing him of molesting her approx. thirty years ago. She actually filed a lawsuit against him. Now Sig's Brother is speaking out and slamming her accusations saying that they aren't true at all. Radar Online shared what he had to say.

Edgar Hansen shares his thoughts

At this time, Sig Hansen is still wanting everyone to know that he says he didn't do anything wrong.

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His daughter is saying that when she was just two-years-old he molested her, and it has caused her a lot of problems. Sig says that this is all stuff that is being rehashed from a long time ago when his ex-wife was trying to get custody of their daughter.

Sig's brother Edgar Hansen is speaking out and saying that this is all not true. He started out explaining that Sig is a great father and that these accusations are all false. He went on to say, "This has been a set up from the very beginning. We thought this nightmare was over after Sig was cleared in a court of law, but sickeningly, that was just the beginning.”

He also said that they waited until Sig had a heart attack and then went after him on these accusations again. Sig's brother says that this is the third time they have come after them. He wants to make sure that everyone knows that he feels like his brother didn't do anything at all. As of right now, it looks like Sig has a lot of people on his side.

A rep from "Deadliest Catch" already spoke out and said that this will not affect the show at all.

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There is no reason to think that the show will go away because as of right now Sig hasn't been convicted of anything. Everyone is just going to have to wait and see how the lawsuit turns out, but right now things are looking pretty good for Sig Hansen.

Do you believe the accusations against Sig Hansen? Do you think that it is crazy that this is coming up so much later? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss "The Deadliest Catch" when it returns.