Hollywood producer David Guillod charged with rape and sexual assault of four women

Hollywood producer and talent manager David Guillod surrendered Monday to authorities in Santa Barbara County after being charged with the rape or sexual assault of four women.

Yahoo reports Hollywood producer David Guillod surrendered to authorities in Santa Barbara County on Monday after a three-year investigation culminated in him being charged with the rape or sexual assault of four women.

Guillod, 53, a high-profile Hollywood talent manager, is facing multiple felony charges, including rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim in connection with four alleged attacks in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015.

The producer of the movies “Atomic Blonde” and Netflix’s “Extraction” was accompanied by his attorney, Philip Cohen, when he turned himself in to Santa Barbara County sheriff’s investigators Monday.

Guillod ran Primary Wave Entertainment, a talent agency, until 2017, when actress Jessica Barth, a leading voice in the #MeToo movement, accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting her five years before.

Guillod, of Sherman Oaks, is charged with sexually assaulting a woman in Los Angeles in May 2012. He is also accused of raping an employee for a management firm he operated during a December 2014 wine country retreat in Santa Barbara County. The woman received a $60,000 payment and was required to sign a nondisclosure agreement before leaving the company, according to sources familiar with the allegations.

She, however, reported Guillod’s alleged attack to Los Angeles police in 2017 after other women reported being sexually assaulted by him.

Guillod’s third and fourth alleged attacks, in January 2015, involves a woman from Santa Barbara County and one from Los Angeles County, according to sources. Authorities did not identify the women who said Guillod attacked them.

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.

For the alleged attack on Jan. 30, 2015, he was charged with two counts of rape by fraud and two counts of rape of a drugged victim. And in the alleged attack on Jan. 31, 2015, Guillod was charged with one count of rape of an unconscious person and one count of rape of a person prevented from resisting due to an intoxicating, anesthetic or controlled substance.

Guillod surrendered at Santa Barbara Sheriff headquarters and was booked on the charges and held in lieu of $3 million bail, sheriff’s officials said.