According to the police, Eric Weinberg, a co-executive producer on television shows such as “Scrubs” and “Californication,” was detained on Thursday and charged with sexual assault.
According to the Los Angeles Police Department’s public relations officer Tony Im, Weinberg was booked by the LAPD and is currently held on bail for $3.225 million for many alleged sexual assaults between 2012 and 2019.
According to the investigators, Weinberg “appears to have targeted women in grocery stores, coffee shops, and other public locations” between 2012 and 2019, inviting women to his home with the promise of a photographic session. He then sexually assaulted the women while they were there.
According to the authorities, Weinberg would approach young women in their 20s and 30s, claiming to be a photographer, and arrange photo shoots with them under the guise that he was the one taking the pictures. When the women visited his home, he would immediately begin sexually assaulting them while they were posing for photos.
Several sexual assault charges, including rape, were booked against Weinberg after he was taken into custody at a residence in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, as stated in his arrest report.
According to the investigation, Weinberg would contact women and tell them he was a photographer. He would then arrange photo shoots with the ladies at his home, where the alleged assaults would occur. According to the police, anyone with any new information should get in touch with them as soon as possible.
Weinberg has a long list of credits in the television industry, including serving as a co-executive producer on more than one hundred episodes of the medical comedy series Scrubs between 2001 and 2007 and serving as a supervising producer and writer on other episodes.
The individual nominated for an Emmy a total of five times has also written and produced for other television programs, including Californication and Graves, in addition to penning 11 episodes for the first six seasons of Scrubs.
Veronica’s Closet, Anger Management, and Politically Incorrect are just a few of the numerous shows she has appeared on.