Assuring he's still straight in response to the fake 'coming out' statement on his old website, the former 'Scrubs' star adds, 'But not too straight; I still love musicals, brunch and Doogie Howser.'
Contrary to a recent statement on his old website, Zach Braff is not gay. The actor famous for his role as Dr. John Dorian on "Scrubs" claims to have fallen victim to a hacker after a fake "coming out" letter was posted on the old version of his website on Wednesday morning, July 20.
Zach's publicist was first to clarify that the post was a hoax. To E! News, the rep explained, "He was hacked. The website has not been used since 2006. He is still straight." The 36-year-old actor himself took to his Facebook page and wrote, "My old website got hacked. Someone issued a 'coming out' statement on my behalf."
The "Garden State" actor continued on, "I'm still straight and in love with my girlfriend." Nonetheless, he added in his statement, "But not too straight; I still love musicals, brunch and Doogie Howser." He later posted a video of the song "Guy Love" from "Scrubs" with a caption that read, "This song is my official statement."
The phony statement on Zach's website opens with "To all my loyal fans, I have been hiding this secret inside me for too long..." It goes on to read, "I am excited and proud to announce that I am an open member of the homosexual community. This is not news to those closest to me, and I honor that they have kept it a secret for such a long time."