Hollywood’s producer David Guillod, maker of the film “Extraction” and “Nuclear Blonde” has been accused of numerous counts of assault, rape, and seizure of four ladies in California.
The 53-year-old who ran Primary Wave Entertainment, gave up to police Monday morning in Santa Barbara, close to Los Angeles following a three-year examination. He is currently in custody at the Santa Barbara County Jail, with bail set at $3 million.
The charges come from supposed experiences in 2012, 2014 and 2015 with four unidentified ladies informers, extending in age from 27 to 41, in Los Angeles County and in Santa Barbara County, as per the objection documented by Santa Barbara District Attorney Joyce Dudley.
He faces an aggregate of 11 lawful offense allegations for the episodes crossing back to 2012, and a most extreme sentence of 21 years to life in jail, Santa Barbara investigators said.
“Charges were filed after extensive investigations were conducted by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department and the Los Angeles Police Department, while working in conjunction with the District Attorneys of Santa Barbara County and Los Angeles County,” Dudley’s statement said.
“After reviewing all the evidence, the Santa Barbara County District Attorney requested jurisdiction from the District Attorney of Los Angeles to prosecute Counts 4-11 in Santa Barbara.”
Although Santa Barbara prosecutors did not name the accusers on the charge sheet, but actress Jessica Barth, accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2012 when working as manager in Los Angeles.