Stevenson Ranch resident and Grammy Award-winning music producer Detail (Wednesday) was arrested on suspicion of a dozen sexual assault allegations, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office.
The real name of the details is 41-year-old Noel Christopher Fisher (Noel Christopher Fisher), currently under investigation, investigating 1
Detectives said that investigators have identified six victims, and they have separately made allegations.
One of the victims, the Santa Clarita woman, was not selected. After Fisher failed to respond to her lawsuit, the court issued a $15 million breach of contract verdict against Fisher.
Court documents filed in the case stated that the victim was an aspiring model and actress, who rented an apartment in SCV and was raped by Fisher on seven different occasions. The victim’s lawyer, Venable’s partner William Briggs, said the victim issued a temporary restraining order against Fisher and notified law enforcement when he filed a civil lawsuit last year. personnel. The other five defendants in the pending litigation have their own lawyers.
Sgt said: “The victim came forward and reported the sexual assault.” Charlie Gates led the investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department of Special Victims. “He is in the music industry, and the victims are various, or have some connection with the industry, or try to break into this industry.”
Gates added that detectives are still investigating more victims than the six victims who have already spoken to them.
He said: “We don’t know how many people are willing to come forward or whether we have more victims, but usually, this is just the tip of the iceberg.” He responded to whether the detectives are investigating any other allegations.
The music producer has been active in the industry since 2005, and won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song in 2015. According to Nixle, he has worked with artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Ray J and Niki Minaj. An alert issued by the Sheriff’s Department.
“On August 5, 2020, Mr. Fisher was arrested by officers from the Chief Crime Bureau of the Sheriff’s Department,” the LASD alert notice said. “Based on the nature of the allegations, (Special Victims Bureau) detectives believe that there may be other potential victims, and they are seeking public help to identify any such victims.”
Fisher was booked at the SCV Sheriff’s Station on Wednesday and will be kept on bail of $6.29 million.
According to SIB officials, more detailed information is not immediately available. The public security department is seeking public help with any information about this incident. Anyone who knows can call the Special Victims Bureau at 877-710-5273.
Perry Smith contributed to this report.