Personal Trainer To The Stars Investigated For Sexual Assault
Los Angeles police this week were investigating whether a personal trainer to the stars who has been charged with sexually assaulting a 27-year-old possibly has other victims in the region.
Greg Isaacs' website contains testimonials in support of his gym skills from the likes of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Clint Eastwood, Melanie Griffith and Kurt Russell. "I had only a few months to get in shape," Russell is quoted as saying, "and Greg's program delivered great results."
Isaacs actively markets his services to Hollywood actors who need to shape up quickly for upcoming roles. Isaacs calls his program for thespians, "Fit For Films."
The 49-year-old trainer was arrested in January for assaulting the woman. She was a resident at the Westwood apartment complex where he worked as a resident trainer.
After he was arrested, the District Attorney's office filed charges against Isaacs, but he's been free on bail. Three months later, police want to know if the allegations might apply to additional victims.
Anyone who might have information about possible additional assaults was asked to call Det. Geoff Tavares at (213) 473-0438 or (213) 473-0416.
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