Paramount screenprint shop owner charged with sexual assault, molestation of 11 other victims – CBS Los Angeles


PARAMOUNT (CBSA) — The owner of a T-shirt screen printing shop accused of sexually assaulting 12 women and girls he hired to model his merchandise is facing new charges involving 11 other victims.

(credit: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department)

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Randy Headley, 55, owner of “Logos Two” at Paramount, was arrested in May. Detectives said he would hire women between the ages of 17 and 25 to model his company’s clothing, then groped and sexually assaulted them in photo shoots.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced several other charges against Headley on Thursday involving 11 other victims. In total, the charges against Headley include sexual assault, sexual assault of children, aggravated sexual assault of a child, assault with intent to commit rape and several weapons violations.

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Prosecutors say the sexual assaults and assaults of his employees took place from 2012 to this year, and that he continued to commit these crimes even after he was charged in the first case in 2019.

The amended criminal complaint was filed Aug. 31, and Headley pleaded not guilty to the amended charges on Thursday. He is due to make his next court appearance on November 18.

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Headley’s bail was set at $5.3 million, according to the district attorney’s office. If convicted, Headley faces a maximum sentence of 125 years to life in prison.


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