More possible victims of California doctor found

Reality show doctor and girlfriend accused of sexual assault by six more women

Official: More possible victims of California doctor found

Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said Friday his office has received about 50 phone calls leading to more than 12 credible leads to potential additional victims in their probe of a Newport Beach surgeon and his girlfriend, who are charged with drugging and sexually assaulting two women.

The couple used their "good looks and charm" to disarm the victims, and traveled to festivals like Burning Man in Nevada and events in Palm Springs, California, Rackauckas said.

"We're expanding our inquiries to several states and as well as other parts of California", Rackauckas said. "You don't know what's behind that - what appears to be a ideal smile".

The charges include rape by use of drugs and oral copulation by anesthesia or controlled substance.

Grant Robicheaux, 38, and his partner Cerissa Riley, 32, were charged last week with two alleged assaults, rape and drugs and weapons-related offences.

Patrick Mahomes caught up with Jimmy Garoppolo in classy postgame gesture
Garoppolo appeared to sustain the injury prior to the collision. "I haven't had a chance to see him yet, but I feel for him". Losing Garoppolo means losing the catalyst for the optimism entering the season.

Lauren Hayden said she sensed something was wrong when she went on a date with prominent doctor Grant Robicheaux a year ago.

Cerissa Laura Riley, 31, of Brea, was also charged, with a sentencing enhancement of knowingly vicariously armed with firearm.

Investigators are now combing through "thousands" of videos on Robicheaux's phone that allegedly show women who "appear to be highly intoxicated, beyond the ability to consent or resists", Rackauckas told reporters earlier this week.

Robicheaux's attorney, Philip Cohen, and Riley's attorney, Scott Borthwick, issued a joint statement earlier this week flatly denying allegations they engaged in any non-consensual sexual activity. Authorities allege Grant Robicheaux and his companion Cerissa Riley went prowling for other young women to join them in threesomes when they were too drunk or drugged to consent. Riley believe that such allegations do a disservice to, and dangerously undermine, the true victims of sexual assault, and they are eager to have the proper spotlight shed on this case in a public trial. The second defendant, being a female, is key.

Attorneys for the pair say they are innocent.

Android Pie-Based Oxygen OS 9.0 Now Available For OnePlus 6
This update also rolls with Gaming mode 3.0, which adds notifications for 3rd-party calls as well as text notification mode. It also gets Adaptive Battery feature that monitors what apps are using most battery, and prevent them from draining it.

Arraignment for both is scheduled for October 25. "A woman purporting to be his girlfriend clearly played a significant role in disarming the victims, making them feel comfortable and safe". "It must be noted that none of the allegations in this matter relate to or concern Dr. Robicheaux's medical practice or patients in any way". They allegedly sent Riley to approach the women first, then proceeded to use drugs or alcohol to incapacitate them and then rape them, often shooting video of the assaults.

The district attorney showed reporters video of Mr Robicheaux from a now-cancelled Bravo TV show called "Online Dating Rituals of the American Male" in an episode titled "Three's A Crowd". Rackauckas said he believes there may be additional victims because of videotapes and photographs confiscated by police in a search of Robicheaux's home. In some of the files, police say women appeared to be "barely responsive to the defendant's sexual advances".

They were initially linked to two cases, but prosecutors said shortly after their arrest that the suspects were believed to have been responsible for as many as 1,000 other sex crimes.

'So I think that also speaks to the seriousness of the allegations or lack thereof as far as the district attorney and law enforcement is concerned'.

Meghan reveals 'something blue' she wore at royal wedding
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle after their wedding in Windsor, Britain, May 19, 2018. Meghan went on to open up about the stunning floral embroidery on the veil, saying that every flower on it has meaning.

Latest News