Scrubs producer Eric Weinberg spotted for the first time since being charged with sexual assaults 

EXCLUSIVE: Taking out the trash! Scrubs producer Eric Weinberg shifts garbage as he’s seen for the first time since being charged with multiple sexual assaults for ‘luring women to his home for phony photoshoots’

  • Eric Weinberg was arrested on July 14 for allegedly targeting young women in public places under the guise of being a photographer offering them work
  • Detectives from the LA Police Department said the writer would sexually assault the women during such photoshoots, which took place at his own residence 
  • Weinberg wrote 11 episodes over the course of the first six seasons of the Sitcom Scrubs
  • Weinberg was seen at his home in Los Angeles after posting his $3.2million bail 

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Scrubs producer and writer Eric Weinberg was seen taking out the trash at his Los Angeles home while free on $3million bail, in the first sighting since he was arrested for sexually assaulting eight women.

Weinberg – who wrote 11 episodes over the course of Scrubs’ first six seasons – allegedly targeted young women in public places under the guise of being a photographer offering them work. He was arrested on July 14, and was seen in exclusive DailyMail.com photos snapped on Wednesday. 

Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department said the writer would sexually assault the women during such photoshoots, which took place at his own residence.

Weinberg was arrested in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles and was charged with several counts of sexual assault including rape. He posted his bail $3.2 million bail.

The LAPD said Weinberg’s arrest was related to crimes committed in LA between 2012 and 2019, though detectives believe there are additional unidentified victims that could date back to the early 1990s.

Weinberg was seen taking out the trash at his home in Los Angeles after posting his $3.2million bail

Weinberg was seen taking out the trash at his home in Los Angeles after posting his $3.2million bail 

Weinberg was arrested on July 14 for allegedly targeting young women in public places under the guise of being a photographer offering them work

Weinberg standing in the garage of his Los Angeles home

Weinberg was arrested on July 14 for allegedly targeting young women in public places under the guise of being a photographer offering them work

Scrubs producer and writer Eric Weinberg was seen taking out the trash at his Los Angeles home while free on $3million bail, in the first sighting since he was arrested for sexually assaulting eight women

Scrubs producer and writer Eric Weinberg was seen taking out the trash at his Los Angeles home while free on $3million bail, in the first sighting since he was arrested for sexually assaulting eight women

In photos exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, Weinberg was seen wearing a blue polo, shorts and sneakers, while wheeling both the trash and recycling bins onto the curb outside his Los Angeles home.

The trunk of a Tesla parked in his garage was open, and inside it a set of golf clubs could be seen, suggesting the writer may have enjoyed a round of golf while out on the enormous bail for his disturbing charges.

He was nominated for five Emmy awards; two for his work on ‘Scrubs,’ and three as part of Bill Maher’s old ABC talk show ‘Politically Incorrect,’ for which he won a Cable ACE Award. 

His other credits include shows like ‘Graves,’ ‘Californication,’ ‘Veronica’s Closet,’ ‘American Dad,’ ‘Wilfred,’ ‘Party Girl’ and ‘Too Something,’ but appears to have not worked in entertainment since 2016, according to his IMDb page. 

The LAPD said Weinberg's arrest was related to crimes committed in LA between 2012 and 2019, though detectives believe there are additional unidentified victims that could date back to the early 1990s

The LAPD said Weinberg’s arrest was related to crimes committed in LA between 2012 and 2019, though detectives believe there are additional unidentified victims that could date back to the early 1990s

Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department said Weinberg would sexually assault the women after luring them to his home for fake photoshoots

Weinberg walking down the driveway of his Los Angeles home

Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department said Weinberg would sexually assault the women after luring them to his home for fake photoshoots

Court records showed that three of Weinberg's accusers testified against him during his 2020 divorce proceedings, according to the Daily Beast

Court records showed that three of Weinberg’s accusers testified against him during his 2020 divorce proceedings, according to the Daily Beast

‘Weinberg was a Hollywood producer/writer and appears to have targeted women in grocery stores, coffee shops, and other public places,’ an LAPD spokesperson said of the charges.

He ‘would approach the women who were in their 20-30s, under the guise of being a photographer and would set up photo shoots with them,’ police said.

‘Once the women were in his residence, he would sexually assault them during the photo shoot.’

Weinberg wheeling trash to the curb outside his Los Angeles home in the first sighting since he was arrested for sexual assault charges

Eric Weinberg outside of his Los Angeles home

Weinberg wheeling trash to the curb outside his Los Angeles home in the first sighting since he was arrested for sexual assault charges

Prior to his arrest July arrest, Weinberg had twice been 'investigated by the LAPD on suspicion of sexual assault, booking records and statements from the LAPD show,' according to Los Angeles Magazine

Prior to his arrest July arrest, Weinberg had twice been ‘investigated by the LAPD on suspicion of sexual assault, booking records and statements from the LAPD show,’ according to Los Angeles Magazine

Court records showed that three of Weinberg’s accusers testified against him during his 2020 divorce proceedings, according to the Daily Beast.   

One of those victims was a 22-year-old he met in a pie shop. She said he lured her back to his home then forced her to perform oral sex on him, pinning her down and choking her ‘so hard that I thought I was going to pass out.’

Prior to his arrest July arrest, Weinberg had twice been ‘investigated by the LAPD on suspicion of sexual assault, booking records and statements from the LAPD show,’ according to Los Angeles Magazine. At least one woman warned about his behavior in a Facebook group, the magazine reported. 

Victims or anyone with information have been urged to contact detectives.

Weinberg’s former manager’s office declined comment and told Buzzfeed they haven’t worked with him in years.  

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