A Hollywood producer was busted this week on multiple charges of drugging, kidnapping and raping four women — including two over the same 48-period, authorities have announced. David Guillod, 53, had stepped down as chief executive of Primal Wave Entertainment in 2017 shortly after “Ted” actress Jessica Barth publicly accused him of rape.
H/T: New York Post
According to the Los Angeles Times: “Prosecutors charged Guillod with sexual penetration of an unconscious or unaware victim, sexual penetration of a drugged victim, oral copulation of an intoxicated victim, and oral copulation of an unconscious or unaware victim in connection with the alleged attack on May 21, 2012. For the alleged attack on Dec. 14, 2014, he was charged with kidnapping to commit robbery or rape, rape of a drugged victim and rape by fraud.”
Sending the survivors who have come forward about David Guillod solidarity and support. Their resolve in the face of years of attacks on their character is inspiring — and their stories deserve to be finally heard before a judge and jury.https://t.co/hxYMjtNLDj— TIME'S UP (@TIMESUPNOW) June 22, 2020
In other news, famous Hollywood producer Steve Bing, longtime friend of Bill Clinton, jumped to his death from his 27th floor apartment in Los Angeles on Monday. Coincidence?
Steve Bing, 55, jumps to his death from his 27th floor LA apartment— Karli Q ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@KarluskaP) June 23, 2020
Former president Bill Clinton, a friend of Bing and recipient of his donations via the Clinton Foundation, also paid tribute to him, tweeting: 'I loved Steve Bing very much. https://t.co/KyJUeVqRXZ
Hollywood producer David Guillod has been charged with 11 felony counts including rape, sexual assault and kidnapping. https://t.co/AApn3QIdEh— Praying Medic (@prayingmedic) June 23, 2020
This was a long time coming. The women who were harmed by this man will now have the chance to seek the justice they deserve in a court of law. @_jessicabarth_ 💜💜#SilenceBreakers https://t.co/y4BuD9J5LH— Caitlin Dulany (@caitlindulany) June 23, 2020
In 2017 I spoke to @_jessicabarth_ and other brave women about producer David Guillod for @TheWrap. Their accounts were called made-up and “absurd.” Today he was charged with exactly the crimes they described in the 2017 story. Now a jury can decide.https://t.co/nSlNCGEqvA— Tim Molloy (@TimAMolloy) June 23, 2020
Read the full felony complaint below.