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Noel “Element” Fisher.

Noel “Element” Fisher is a Grammy-award successful music producer who has been arrested and charged with 15 counts of sexual assault and 5 extra felonies, based on a media launch from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division (LASD).

Fisher was arrested Wednesday by members of the LASD for incidents that occurred between 2010 and 2018, the Los Angeles Occasions reported.

Fisher has had a historical past of sexual harassment and assault allegations from aspiring and profitable feminine music artists relationship again at the least to 2011, based on a number of information stories.

Right here’s what it’s essential to know:

1. Fisher Began Out Producing Music In Detroit

Fisher is a Detroit native, who informed a reporter from Grind Journal that though he began out small and was making little or no cash, he knew his music would ultimately take him to higher locations.

“I began out within the streets of Detroit hustlin’ beats, if you’re good at one thing and folks need what you might have, you’re feeling like a hit, regardless of the sum of money,” he mentioned. “I imply I felt like I had made it after I was dishin’ off $200 beats to the dope boys makin’ music. I might take that bread, seize some extra CDs to hawk my beats and preserve it movin’.”

In that interview with Grind Journal, Fisher described himself as “(coming) into the sport with Kobe Bryant standing”:

My beats simply received higher and higher, every little thing I try, I finally grasp so the development simply happened naturally. I moved out to LA to actually get issues jumpin’ on the West Coast, I couldn’t actually afford that LA life-style but however I used to be residing with Ray J for a minute. The chance to be the Govt Producer of “Raydiation” was a tremendous intro for me. I got here into the sport with Kobe Bryant standing.

2. ‘Element’ Has Labored With A few of Music’s Greatest Names

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As a music producer, ‘Element’ has labored with a few of the greatest names within the music trade, together with Jay Z, Drake, Lil Wayne, Maroon 5 and Wiz Khalifa, KTLA-5 reported in addition to Ray J, the Pussycat Dolls, Woman Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and others, as ABC-7 reported.

By the point of his interview with a reporter from Grind Journal the place Fisher was interviewed about his rising success, he had already labored with Jamie Foxx, Christina Aguilera, Usher, Snoop Dogg, Grasp P and Brandy.

One of many producer’s greatest breakthroughs got here when he received a Grammy for “Finest R&B Music” for serving to produce Beyonce’s hit, “Drunk In Love.” The discharge of the tune created some pressure between Fisher and Atlanta rapper Future, as MTV Information reported, as a result of Future had helped develop the tune’s melody, however then reused it for his personal single, which he scrapped after “Drunk In Love” was launched.

3. Fisher Was Accused Of Sexual Assault In 2011

The LASD Particular Victims Bureau (SVB) is investigating a number of grownup sexual assault allegations involving Mr. Noel Fisher, often known as “Element,” who works within the music trade as a producer.

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In 2011, Fisher was accused of holding a lady in opposition to her will and sexually assaulting her following a pre-Grammy celebration at his dwelling in Canyon Nation, California, TMZ reported.

The lady was a catering assistant, based on TMZ, who was employed to offer meals for the celebration. Nonetheless, she mentioned that after rebuffing Fisher’s advances, he “ripped off her garments, locked her right into a room after which raped her,” TMZ reported. The lady mentioned that she escaped, informed police and submitted to a rape take a look at, based on TMZ.

On the time, Fisher denied the allegations and mentioned he deliberate to sue the lady. It’s unclear if this is likely one of the circumstances that LASD mentioned it could be investigating; nonetheless, the LASD’s media launch states that the division is wanting into incidents relationship again to 2010.

4. An Aspiring Singer Who Accused Fisher Of Rape Received A Civil Lawsuit Towards Him In 2019

Artists together with Jessie Reyez, Bebe Rhexa, and Tinashe have beforehand accused Noel “Element” Fisher of sexual misconduct and inappropriate habits

— Vulture (@vulture) August 6, 2020

On lady filed a lawsuit in opposition to Fisher alleging sexual assault, which TMZ reported in 2018. Kristina Buch, a mannequin and aspiring singer, alleged that he raped her in Miami throughout a recording session, pressured her to have intercourse in entrance of others, “forcibly grabbed her by the hair, hit and choked her” and likewise left her coated in bruises.

Peyton Ackley accused Fisher of forcing her to have intercourse with him in entrance of another person and forcing her to document him having intercourse with Kristina, based on TMZ. She additionally alleged that he violently “slammed her head right into a wall and dragged her up a flight of stairs.”

A decide granted the ladies restraining orders.

In response to the Related Press, Buch received her $15 million lawsuit in a default judgment as a result of Fisher and his lawyer didn’t reply to courtroom summons or file any paperwork. Fisher, nonetheless, denied any wrongdoing and mentioned that the accusations had brought on him to lose work and be evicted.

[email protected] and @Jessiereyez are the newest artists to interrupt their silence on Noel “Element” Fisher’s alleged sexual misconduct.

— PopCrush (@PopCrush) Might 11, 2018

By that point, common feminine artists Jessica Reyes, Bebe Rhexa and Tinashe all reported that they felt uncomfortable throughout recording classes with Fisher and supported the ladies making accusations in opposition to him.

In a 2018 tweet, Reyes wrote, “One evening, over 6 years in the past Noel ‘Element’ Fisher tried this on me. I used to be fortunate and I received out earlier than it received to this. I didn’t know what to say or who to inform. I used to be scared. Worry is an actual factor. The ladies that got here out are courageous as hell..”

5. The Los Angeles DA Has Charged ‘Element’ With 15 Counts of Sexual Assault

#BREAKING Grammy Award successful music producer Noel Fisher, professionally generally known as Element, has been arrested on 15 sexual assault costs & 5 extra felony assault costs. He has produced for #Beyonce, Lil Wayne and others. @SpecNews1SoCal

— Natalie Brunell (@natbrunell) August 6, 2020

Detectives from the LASD’s Particular Victims Bureau had initially submitted a case to the Los Angeles County District Legal professional’s Workplace in January 2020, the place they went by way of the evaluate course of. Detectives had been notified concerning the 20 costs in opposition to Fisher July 31.

A felony arrest warrant, which got here with a bail of $6.29 million, was issued for Fisher and he was ultimately arrested by the Sheriff Division’s Main Crimes Bureau, based on the media launch. The LASD mentioned that members of its Particular Victims Bureau at the moment are persevering with to analyze “a number of grownup sexual assault allegations” involving Fisher.

The Division has additionally mentioned that it believes there are extra victims and is urging them to return ahead. In LASD’s media launch, Los Angeles regulation enforcement requested anybody with data to contact the Particular Victims Bureau tip line at (877)710-5273 or [email protected] and persons are additionally being requested to contact Crime Stoppers at (800)222-TIPS.

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Suing Governments, Designated Fees on the Ballot in Georgia

By RUSS BYNUM, Associated Press

Georgia voters will decide whether to make it easier to sue the state and local governments as well as whether it should be harder for the state to spend fees collected for designated purposes on other things.

A pair of proposed amendments to Georgia's constitution dealing with those issues appear at the bottom of the November ballot. There's also a referendum on whether to grant a tax break to one of Georgia’s most prominent charities.

All three measures passed the state legislature, but also require approval by a majority of voters to take effect.

Here's a look at the 2020 ballot questions.



Each year, Georgia collects millions of dollars in special fees that are supposed to pay for specific needs such as disposal of scrap tires, cleaning up landfills, educating new drivers and training law enforcement officers.

But nothing in state law requires spending those fees on their intended purposes, and lawmakers have often diverted them to the state's general fund to cover other expenses.

The first amendment on the ballot would allow lawmakers to set up dedicated trust funds that would make it more difficult to spend the earmarked money for other purposes. Lawmakers would have to vote to renew the trust funds every 10 years.

In the past, some lawmakers opposed locking in revenues for specific uses, fearing they would be unable to tap into that money in a budget crisis. The amendment on the ballot authorizes the governor or the legislature to dip into designated fees if necessary in a financial emergency.

The Association County Commissioners of Georgia supports the amendment. The group says the state over the past decade has diverted more than $147 million collected to clean up hazardous waste sites, dispose of scrap tires, promote recycling and other waste cleanup efforts.


Georgia's two most recent governors have vetoed lawmakers' attempts to make the state and local governments more accountable by weakening their immunity to lawsuits. Now the legislature hopes to bypass Gov. Brian Kemp's veto pen by going straight to voters.

The second amendment on the ballot would essentially undo a 2014 ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court that decided the state and local governments could only be sued if they agreed to it. The legal concept, known as sovereign immunity, comes from English law and is commonly summarized to mean “the king can do no wrong.”

If voters approve the amendment, citizens would be able to sue governments in Georgia for illegal acts. However, judges would be barred from entering injunctions ordering a government to do something. Judges would also be prohibited from awarding monetary damages, attorney’s fees or court costs.

A new state Supreme Court ruling in September found that sovereign immunity doesn't provide Georgia governments absolute protection from lawsuits. The justices did not address how adoption of the amendment on the ballot might further change things.



Georgia ballots also contain a referendum on whether charities that provide affordable housing with interest-free loans should be exempt from paying property taxes on those homes.

The measure's sponsor, Republican state Rep. Matthew Gambill of Cartersville, has said the tax break is intended to benefit Georgia-based Habitat for Humanity. The nonprofit estimates its affiliates would save roughly $200,000 a year.

The referendum doesn't mention Habitat by name. But it specifies that properties qualifying for the tax exemption must be “owned by a purely public charity” and used to build or refurbish single-family homes. Charities would be required sell the homes to new owners using interest-free financing.

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