Former Primary Wave Entertainment Co-CEO David Guillod Arrested On New Sexual Assault Charges

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David Guillod

Guillod, a producer for 'Atomic Blonde' and 'Extraction,' had his Sherman Oaks residence searched on Wednesday night.

David Guillod, the former Primary Wave co-CEO who is facing multiple felony charges including rape, has been arrested again after being accused of another sexual assault.

Detectives with Los Angeles police conducted a search and arrest warrant at Guillod's Sherman Oaks residence on Wednesday night. On Oct. 21, a 21-year-old woman reported Guillod had sexually assaulted her during an evening meeting, police said.

Guillod, a producer on films such as Atomic Blonde and Netflix’s Extraction, was taken into custody during the search. He is being held on no bail, acording to court records.  Detectives said they were looking for other alleged victims and urged them to contact authorities.

Guillod's defense attorney, Phillip Cohen, offered no comment on the new allegation and arrest.

Guillod plead not guilty this June to 11 felony charges, including rape. Guillod had been charged with kidnapping to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim, among other crimes. The alleged attacks took place in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015, according to authorities.

He resigned from Primary Wave in 2017 following sexual assault allegations. Ted actress Jessica Barth accused the manager-producer of drugging her at a dinner in 2012 and then sexually assaulting her. Guillod, whose clients included Gina Rodriguez, Paula Patton and Meagan Good, joined Primary Wave in 2015.

Ryan Parker contributed to this report.