Friday, February 13, 2015

Emile Hirsch Attacks Female Film Exec

Actor Emile Hirsch brutally assaults female film executive at the Sundance Film Festival.

Actor Emile Hirsch has been charged with third-degree felony aggravated assault — and could face up to five years in prison — resulting from his bizarre alleged attack on Paramount executive Daniele Bernfeld at the Sundance Film Festival.
According to charges filed by the Summit County Attorney in Park City, Utah, “Hirsch appeared intoxicated” at Tao nightclub Jan. 25, when he picked on Bernfeld, asking her “why she looked ‘so tough’” and calling her a “‘rich kid’ who should not be at Sundance.”
Legal documents state Bernfeld pushed him away, but the “Into the Wild,” star later “came up from behind” and “put her in a chokehold,” pulling her across a table and onto the floor where he “wrapped his hands around her neck.” It took two bystanders to pull him off, and cops arrived just before 4 a.m. Smelling of booze and slurring his words, Hirsch told police he’d had “three or four drinks,” and that he didn’t know Bernfeld, but had been in a “verbal confrontation” with her.
He’s also been charged with misdemeanor intoxication and is due in court March 16.
Jacked from Page Six

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