Eric Weinberg co-produced more than 100 episodes of the medical comedy-drama “Scrubs” for NBC and later ABC between 2001 and 2007, according to his IMDb.
The Los Angeles Police Department detained American television producer and screenwriter Eric Weinberg on Thursday, July 14 in connection with various sexual assault allegations. Weinberg is best known for his work on the television series “Scrubs.”
According to law enforcement officials, the television writer was pulled up from his Los Feliz home and is currently being held on $3.225 million in bond. The investigation that was conducted also revealed his method of crime-commitment.
Who is Eric Weinberg?
While many people would not immediately identify Eric Weinberg, during the course of his career in Hollywood, he has written and produced some legendary television programs.
He has worked as a producer on a variety of shows, including “Graves,” “Men At Work,” “Retired At 35,” “Death Valley,” “Veronica’s Closet,” and “Californication.”
Additionally, he co-produced nearly 100 episodes of the medical comedy-drama “Scrubs” from 2001 to 2007 for NBC and later ABC, according to his IMDb profile.
He has written for far too many television programs, including “American Dad,” “Graves,” “Men at Work,” “Politically Incorrect,” “Retired at 35,” “Death Valley,” “Chicago Suns,” “Veronica’s Closet,” and others.
In addition to this, he has won the CableACE Awards for “Politically Incorrect” in 1993 and has been nominated for five Primetime Emmys. His most recent project was executive producing two episodes of “Graves” in 2016.
There is no formal statement from Weinberg’s side as of yet, and it is still unknown who is representing him in court.
Furthermore, it’s not apparent if the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office has opened an inquiry or not.