Hollywood producer David Pearce is reportedly charged with the murder of a model and her architect friend.

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon confirmed on Tuesday that seven additional women came forward to claim Pearce, 40, sexually assaulted them between Aug. 2010 and Nov. 2021. He warned there might be other victims, urging them to come forward.

Gascon said during a news conference, "We know that often survivors do not report sexual assault for a variety of reasons. Sometimes they feel the system is not going to listen to them, sometimes they're afraid of their assailant, sometimes they feel ashamed, and we recognize that these are all factors that play a role. That is one of the reasons we're here to say to our community, and certainly survivors out there, that if you feel comfortable coming forward we're here for you."

Pearce is facing rape, sexual penetration by a foreign object, sodomy and sexual penetration by use of force charges. Pearce is also facing two more felony charges for selling or offering to sell them a controlled substance.

He is also reportedly charged with homicide in the deaths of model Christy Giles, 24, and her friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26. Their bodies were found dumped outside of two separate Los Angeles hospitals on Nov. 13, 2021.

Giles was found on the sidewalk at Southern California Hospital in Culver City; she reportedly died from what was said to be an overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and other drugs. Then, a few hours later, her friend Cabrales-Arzola was left at Kaiser West Los Angeles. She remained in coma until she died on Nov. 24 from organ failure and intoxication from cocaine, MDMA and possibly other drugs. Both of their deaths were ruled as drug-induced homicides.

Pearce's friend, actor Brandt Osborn, 42, was also charged with two counts of being an accessory. The actor was first arrested on Dec. 15, but he was released two days later after the DA's office rejected his arrest information.

According to investigators, Pearce and Osborn and the third man — cinematographer cameraman Michael Ansbach — met Giles and Cabrales-Arzola at a warehouse party in Los Angeles on Nov. 13 and continued their night at Pearce's apartment on Olympic Boulevard.

Pearce is being held on a $3.4 million bond. He is set to appear in court for a preliminary hearing on Monday, July 11. If convicted on all charges, Pearce could face up to 120 years in prison.

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