Scott Baio's wife, Renee Baio, has sadly been diagnosed with a chronic Brain Disease. Scott shared the devastating news with his fans in a heartbreaking social media post on March 10, according to Radar Online.

Renee Baio must remain stress and anxiety-free

Scott Baio, 57. posted via Twitter that his wife and "soulmate Renee" has been diagnosed with chronic microvascular brain disease. “Unfortunately, this is true. Renee is forever my rock, my life & my soulmate! Toughest person I know."

Scott and Renee have been married 11-years and have two daughters step-daughter Kalyn, 28, and ten-year-old Bailey.

Renee has suffered previous health issues in 1992 according to Scott. Renee, 44, a former stuntwoman suffered a massive brain injury during a jet ski accident. It is not known at this time as to whether her current issues are a result of her previous injuries.

Scott, a former 80s teen idol is best known for his role of Chachi on the long-running hit comedy series "Happy Days." The actor states that at this time Renee's treatment must consist of living as "stress-free, depression free and anxiety free life as possible.

Scott Baio/Nicole Eggert battle rages on

Unfortunately, these requirements could be tough to follow for Renee Baio, who has been adamantly standing in her husband's corner against recent sexual abuse allegations brought out by former "Charles In Charge" co-star Nicole Eggert.

As previously reported, Eggert has come forward publicly allegedly claiming that Scott Baio, molested her when she was 14 and working on the set of "Charles in Charge" together.

Eggert alleges the sexual abuse went on for years only coming forward decades later with the information. Eggert appeared on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today" with her lawyer detailing her recollection of the traumatic events.

Scott Baio, on the other hand, tells a very different version pertaining to his 'relationship" with Eggert. The actor admits to having sexual encounters with Eggart, however, claims she was well over 18-at the time and more than a willing participant. Eggert claims that she was very young and quite emotional during the alleged time.

She also reveals that she felt very threatened and was urged to keep quiet on the matter.

Nicole claims that since Baio was a star and person of importance on the set her job, credibility, and future in television could be placed at great risk if she were to discuss the incident. Nicole is not acting alone in her claims and now has actors Adam Carl and Alexander Polinski, who support Eggert's claims that Baio often acted inappropriately towards her on the set.

Scott released a statement following Nicole's press conference stating he plans on fighting these allegations with "every ounce of strength" and is not understanding why he is being victimized by such claims. Eggert and Polinski claim they are not interested in anything more than a public apology from Baio.

The matter is currently under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department.

However, being that the alleged crimes took place more than 30 years ago it is not clear what kind of criminal charges could result. The statutes of limitation then in effect have long since expired. Baio's legal rep reveals as far as Scott apologizing... that's not going to happen. "You can't apologize for something that's not true."Hopefully, this matter can be settled and put to rest one way, or another so Scott Baio can place all his focus where it should be...on his wife and family.

We wish Renee Baio the best during this difficult time.