Hollywood Executive Arrested in D.C. For 'Rape and Blackmail'

Hollywood Executive Arrested in D.C. For 'Rape and Blackmail'
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A top Hollywood executive from the MPAA has been arrested in Washington D.C. on charges of "rape and blackmail." As Breitbart reports:

A top executive at the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), a top trade association representing heavy hitters and power players from Hollywood in Washington, D.C., has been arrested by Metropolitan Police Department detectives for alleged “rape and blackmail,” a police report reviewed by Breitbart News states.

The police report describes how Steven Fabrizio, who according to his LinkedIn page is the Senior Executive Vice President and Global General Counsel for the MPAA, struck up a relationship with a woman on a “dating website.”

After what the detectives describe as a series of encounters between the woman and Fabrizio, which she claims she attempted to end multiple times, the report says she called the police for help. The report then describes messages sent by the woman to Fabrizio that “were largely composed and sent in consultation with members of the Metropolitan Police Department.”

Detectives then orchestrated Mr. Fabrizio’s arrest outside the woman’s home.


It's good to see police were able to arrest another apparent Hollywood pervert. Let's just hope that, if the allegations are true, he doesn't find a way to evade justice.
 Source: American Update

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