Charles Ramsey ‘Disgusted’ by Online Game

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CLEVELAND — The man known for helping to rescue three women who were held hostage for a decade in a house on Seymour Avenue said he is “disgusted” with an online video game depicting him in the incident.

“I want everyone to know that I have nothing to do with this trash,” said Charles Ramsey in a statement Friday.

The online game shows Ramsey and Ariel Castro throwing hamburgers at one another on Seymour Avenue, according to the statement.

Ramsey also said he does not endorse local restaurants using his name in burger promotions, such as “Ramsey Burgers.”

“I never told these people they could use my name for this,” said Ramsey.

In the statement, Ramsey said he has not authorized any merchandise, nor does he have a website or any social media accounts.

Ramsey also stressed that he would like people to help the victims.

*Read more on the women’s rescue here*