The Hollywood executive behind movies like “Extraction” and “Atomic Blonde” was released on bail.
Film producer David Guillod, the Hollywood executive behind films like “Extraction” and “Atomic Blonde” who has been under criminal investigation for years, was charged Monday with 11 sexual offenses, including rape, kidnapping to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim, according to the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office.
The charges stem from alleged encounters in 2012, 2014 and 2015 with four unidentified accusers, aged 27 to 41, in Los Angeles County and Santa Barbara County, according to the complaint filed by the district attorney from Santa Barbara, Joyce Dudley.
His charge reading date has not been set, Dudley said. If convicted, Guillod faces a possible sentence of 21 years to life in prison.
Dudley and the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office said Guillod, 53, was in custody at the Santa Barbara County Jail, on bail of $ 3 million. His attorney, Philip K. Cohen, said Guillod turned himself in to authorities Monday, was booked and released on a $ 1 million bond.