EXC: Fred Savage has been working in the backyard since the shooting of Wonder Years

Fred Savage has been spotted for the first time since being fired from the role of executive producer and director of ABC’s re-film The Wonder Years amid ‘three separate charges’ for misconduct.

Savage, 45, was spotted on Saturday for the first time since being fired when he left an apartment in Westwood, California, and was seen working in the backyard with his wife, Jennifer Lynn Stone, a commercial real estate agent.

The couple has three children.

Savage was dressed in navy blue jeans, a T-shirt, Nike shoes and a hat as he knelt to help his wife with yard chores. At one point, the actor sits in his car while talking on the phone.

Savage was a child star who became the star of the popular sitcom The Wonder Years, which premiered back in 1988.

The actor was working on relaunching the series when he was fired this week after several complaints of misconduct, which allegedly included both verbal outbursts and inappropriate behavior, Deadline reported.

Actor Fred Savage was seen for the first time after being fired as he was leaving an apartment in Westwood and getting into a car while on the phone

Actor Fred Savage was seen for the first time after being fired as he was leaving an apartment in Westwood and getting into a car while on the phone

Savage was dressed in navy blue jeans, a T-shirt, Nike shoes and a hat as he got into the car

Savage was dressed in navy blue jeans, a T-shirt, Nike shoes and a hat as he got into the car

Savage crawls into his car while talking on the phone on Saturday

Savage crawls into his car while talking on the phone on Saturday

On Saturday, Savage was spotted working in the backyard with his wife Jennifer Lynn Stone

On Saturday, Savage was spotted working in the backyard with his wife Jennifer Lynn Stone

Savage smiles as he and his wife work in the yard on Saturday

Savage smiles as he and his wife work in the yard on Saturday

Savage’s wife Jennifer Lynn Stone watches as the two continue to work in the backyard

Savage’s wife Jennifer Lynn Stone watches as the two continue to work in the backyard

The 45-year-old actor’s dismissal came amid ‘three separate allegations’ of misconduct, which were ‘investigated’ and led to his removal.

‘We were recently briefed on allegations of Fred Savage’s misconduct and, like politics, an investigation has been launched,’ the producer of Wonder Years 20th Television said in a statement.

They continued: ‘Upon completion, a decision was made to terminate his employment as executive producer and director of The Wonder Years.’

Savage was a child star when he appeared in the original series, which aired on ABC from 1988 to 1993 and followed a white family from the suburbs of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

A new version of the show, in which Don Cheadle as the narrator, premiered last fall. The new series revolves around a black family living in Montgomery, Alabama in the late 1960s.

Fred Savage (pictured April 29) has been removed from the role of executive producer and director of the revamped ABC's The Wonder Years, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Fred Savage (pictured April 29) has been removed from the role of executive producer and director of the revamped ABC’s The Wonder Years, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Savage featured in the 1988 hit The Wonder Years, which aired on ABC re-imagining Savage in the lead role (who was the executive producer)

Savage featured in the 1988 hit The Wonder Years, which aired on ABC re-imagining Savage in the lead role (who was the executive producer)

Savage is married to commercial real estate agent Jennifer Lynn Stone. They have three children.

Four years ago, his former screen mother Alley Mills claimed that the original cancellation of Wonder Years followed a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Savage and Jason Hervey, which she said was resolved out of court.

Monique Long, the woman who accused the then 16-year-old of sexual harassment, worked as a customer on the set.

She accused both Savage and Hervey of ‘verbally and physically abusing her’, according to Deadline.

In response to Mills ‘s gloomy claims, she told the agency via email:’ My only response to Ms Mills ‘slander is that it proves exactly why women in the industry are forced to remain silent about sexual harassment.’

During an interview with Yahoo !, the series’s matriarch described the allegations against Savage as ‘completely ridiculous’.

Savage is married to commercial real estate agent Jennifer Lynn Stone.  They have three children

Savage is married to commercial real estate agent Jennifer Lynn Stone. They have three children

Four years ago, his former screen mother Alley Mills claimed the original cancellation of Wonder Years' following a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Savage (then 16) and Jason Hervey (then 20), which she said was resolved out of court (seen) 1988)

Four years ago, his former screen mother Alley Mills claimed the original cancellation of Wonder Years’ following a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Savage (then 16) and Jason Hervey (then 20), which she said was resolved out of court (seen) 1988)

She further called Savage ‘the least offensive, the most wonderful, the cutest human being to ever walk the face of the earth’.

‘So I just thought it was a big joke and it was going to pass,’ she added.

Although further details of his misconduct have not been confirmed, an insider told Deadline that the allegations included ‘verbal outbursts and inappropriate behavior’.

In 2019, Youngjoo Hwang, a member of the team of his short-lived sitcom The Grinder, accused Savage of abuse, assault, harassment and discrimination in a lawsuit filed in 2018.

The lawsuit was resolved out of court and the case was dismissed.

Savage is also known for his acting roles in Fox's The Grinder and Netflix's Friends From College

Savage is also known for his acting roles in Fox’s The Grinder and Netflix’s Friends From College

‘The case has been resolved and we have dismissed the lawsuit,’ Hwang’s lawyer Anahita Sedaghatfar told Six.

Adding: ‘We are very pleased with the resolution.’

TMZ reported that the case was dismissed with prejudice and that a settlement was probably reached.

Hwang worked in the wardrobe department at Fox’s The Grinder where Savage ironically played a lawyer.

Her original allegations stemmed from 2015 when she stated that Savage subjected her to verbal attacks in front of colleagues.

Hwang's lawyer told Page Six that she and her client are 'very happy with the solution' (Prosecutor pictured in 2015 at a press conference announcing the lawsuit)

Hwang’s lawyer told Page Six that she and her client are ‘very happy with the solution’ (Prosecutor pictured in 2015 at a press conference announcing the lawsuit)

Charges: The victim claimed that on one occasion Fred 'violently hit' her three times while removing dandruff from his clothes

Charges: The victim claimed that on one occasion Fred ‘violently hit’ her three times while removing dandruff from his clothes

She also claimed that on one occasion Fred violently hit her three times while she was taking his dandruff off his clothes.

Hwang allegedly did not feel like a victim himself and stated in court documents that Savage abused female crew members by yelling at them to stop following him and he once screamed, ‘Don’t fucking look at me!’

As for her personally, she stated that Savage once told her, ‘It’s so fucking embarrassing that I have to be nice to you when I fucking hate you!’

From the moment he filed the claim, Savage claimed innocence, and the network supported him after the investigation.

‘I realized that a woman working in the costume department on a show I participated in almost three years ago claimed that I treated her rudely on set just because she was a woman,’ he said in a statement at the time.

“I hope that by saying it, other women who have been victims of abuse of power will find the courage to do the same,” her lawyer said in a statement on the settlement.

He added: ‘These allegations are completely unfounded and absolutely untrue. Fox conducted an extensive internal investigation into her allegations, a process in which I was fully involved. ‘

Fox agreed and issued a subsequent statement claiming that their investigation found no evidence to support Hwang’s claims.

‘We have conducted a thorough investigation into these allegations and have found no evidence of any wrongdoing on the part of Mr Savage.

“We will vigorously defend ourselves against these baseless claims,” ​​the network said.

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