The Grammy winner Noel & # 39; Element & # 39; Fisher has been arrested for a number of sexual assaults – The Root
Record producer Noel "Detail" Fisher will be attending the BMI R&B / Hip-Hop Awards 2015 at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills, California on August 28, 2015. Photo: Frazer Harrison (Getty Images)
#MeToo is finally doubling back to hip-hop? Perhaps, especially since public accusations were filled this week. On Sunday, R&B singer Jaguar Wright (best known for denials, delusions & decisions from 2002) made explosive claims about misconduct and sexual abuse by rappers / actors Spread, Members of The roots crew and others during an Instagram Live; and on Wednesday a civil lawsuit was filed against Migos member Takeoff, accused him of rape during a party in June. And in a series of apparently long-awaited events, the Los Angeles District Sheriff's Special Victims Bureau arrested rapper and producer Noel "Detail" Fisher on Wednesday after several allegations of sexual assault that survivors claimed to have occurred between 2010 and 2018.
According to a press release On July 31, detectives from the Los Angeles District Sheriff Department's Special Victims Bureau were informed of 15 sexual assault and five other assault charges against Fisher and issued an arrest warrant for a 6,290 bail. $ 000. Fisher, who won a Grammy in 2015 to write Beyonce's "Drunk In Love" and has credits on Jay-Z, Drake and Lil Wayne records, was subsequently arrested.
This is not the first time Fisher has been exposed to sexual assault. September 2019 Billboard reported that the producer lost a $ 15 million lawsuit involving a model and an aspiring singer, who claimed that she was "raped and sexually and emotionally abused" by Fisher. This is based on allegations of earlier predatory behavior by singers Bebe Rexha and Jessie Reyez, leveled in 2018 on social media (h / t KTLA) afterwards TMZ reported the applicant's lawsuit, in which she and another former Fisher protege alleged that he had treated her as "his sex slave".
Given the seriousness and breadth of the allegations of abuse, law enforcement agencies in Los Angeles believe there may be more women who have not commented on Fischer's alleged criminal behavior.
"Because of the nature of the allegations, Special Victims Bureau detectives believe that there may be additional potential victims and seek public help in identifying such victims," the Sheriff’s Department press release said anyone further encouraged with information to contact the department's Special Victims Bureau (877-710-5273 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or anonymously via Crime Stoppers (800-222-8477).
If you or someone you know is a victim of sexual abuse, abuse or misconduct, you can contact us the National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN) at 800.656.HOPE (4673) to connect with a local partner who can provide support and assistance.