An Emmy winner, former medical correspondent for local NBC stations in Los Angeles and New York, was allegedly arrested Wednesday for allegedly asking a minor to send him sexually stimulating photos.
Dr. Bruce Hensel is said to have requested images from a friend's daughter over a news app in August, Deputy District Attorney Angela Brunson of the DA's Cyber Crimes Division told NBC Los Angeles 13 years ago, according to the Los Angeles Times , He also worked as a correspondent for KCOP-TV in Los Angeles.
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The Times reported that he was detained at his home by police at the Los Angeles Police Department one month after the delivery of a search warrant at his home.
Steve Sitkoff, his attorney, made the following statement to KABC: "Dr. Hensel is completely innocent of the lawsuit, and we are working with the authorities, looking forward to a speedy and complete discharge." a crime Number of contact with a minor for sexual purposes. He was released on bail of $ 5,000 on Wednesday. He could be in jail for up to 18 months if convicted.
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Hensel was also co-director of two emergency rooms and worked as a producer. Author and director, according to The Times and his IMDB page.