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2 items from 2003

Actor Bairstow Pleads Guilty to Reduced Charge

9 December 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Former Party Of Five star Scott Bairstow, accused of raping a 12-year- old girl, has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of second degree assault. In the modified guilty plea entered on Friday, Bairstow, 33, maintained he was innocent but conceded he would likely be convicted if the case went to trial. Bairstow is scheduled to be sentenced on January 16. The charge carries a standard sentencing range of three to nine months, says Bairstow's lawyer Mark Mestel. Bairstow was originally charged in May for the alleged incident. The accuser is a relative of Bairstow's wife. Mestel says he spoke with prosecutors on Thursday after the girl refused to be interviewed. Prosecutors said the girl told authorities she had sex with Bairstow in Snohomish County in 1998, when she was 12, and three more times outside Washington state, most recently in 2001. »

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Showtime's 'L-Word' up for Mabius

9 June 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Eric Mabius has been added to the cast of Showtime's upcoming drama series The L Word (formerly Earthlings). Mabius joins Mia Kirshner, Jennifer Beals, Laurel Holloman and Pam Grier on the show about the lives and loves of a group of West Hollywood women, most of them lesbians. He is replacing Scott Bairstow in the series, set to premiere in January. The L Word centers on a gifted young writer (Kirshner), who moves from Chicago to Los Angeles to live with her boyfriend (Mabius). Getting to know their next-door neighbors, a gay couple (Beals, Holloman), and their friends, the writer starts to question her sexuality. Mabius' credits include the feature Resident Evil and its upcoming sequel. He will next be seen in the indie The Job, recently picked up by Lions Gate Entertainment, opposite William Forsythe, Brad Renfro and Daryl Hannah. Mabius is repped by Innovative Artists, Geordie Frey at his GEF Entertainment and attorney Karl Austen. »

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