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A music manager residing in West Hollywood has pleaded guilty to two counts of sexually assaulting two minors in Hollywood nightclubs and at his WeHo residence, announced the LA County DA’s office.
The man, Jeremy Nathaniel Geffen, age 35, was arrested on Thursday, March 13, 2008 and was charged with a 16-count felony complaint by the LAPD Sex Crimes Unit.
He assaulted two minors, both 16 year old girls, using alcohol and cocaine to rape them on three separate incidents.
Mr. Geffen had been under investigation since October 2007, after one of the teens came forward; the other victim contacted police to make her accusation during that investigation.
The first accuser said that she was assaulted twice, once in December 2006 and again in January 2007.
The other victim said that she was assaulted in November, 2007.
One teen lives in Santa Monica and the other resides in West Los Angeles.
Mr. Geffen lives “above Sunset in the Hills,” according to LAPD sources.
Daniel G. Davis, a Beverly Hills criminal law specialist who became famous for representing Raymond Buckey, the main defendant in the McMartin preschool child molestation case, in the 1980s, represented Mr. Geffen.
He previously won a similar case a decade ago, when representing the alleged “limousine rapist,” John Gordon Jones in 1999.
Mr. Davis won acquittal for Mr. Jones on numerous rape and kidnapping charges in 2001.
Mr. Geffen was sentenced to five years’ formal probation for both counts as part of a plea bargain.