Three more women have come forward claiming that they too were drugged and raped by an Orange County doctor and his girlfriend.
Grant Robicheaux, 38, and his girlfriend Cerissa Riley, 31, were charged this week by the Orange County District Attorney with drugging and sexually assaulting two women they met in Newport Beach. Charges include rape by use of drugs, oral copulation by a controlled substance, assault with the intent to commit a sex offense, and possession of a controlled substance for sale.
District Attorney Tony Rackauckas says investigators found more than a thousand cell phone videos, some featuring unidentified women, indicating that there may be more victims.
A spokeswoman for the D.A.'s office said one accuser alleges she was raped in Las Vegas by the couple, while another told investigators she was also raped by Robicheaux and Riley in Manhattan.
Rackaukas said the couple would target women at bars in Newport Beach, but may have also traveled out of the area to find their victims. Investigators are asking anyone who may have been assaulted by the couple to come forward.
The OC DA called Robicheaux and Riley two "clean-cut, good-looking people" who used their looks and charm to "prey" on their victims.
"Your conscious decisions to party with these defendants…does not give them a pass to rape, assault or have sex with you once you’ve passed the point of consent," Rackaukas told the victims during the press conference Tuesday.
The couple have also been accused of possessing large amounts of illegal drugs, that were recovered in Robicheaux's home after police searched it in January 2018. Robicheaux has also been accused of possessing two illegal, unregistered assault rifles, four other firearms, and several large capacity magazines, the release said.
Robicheaux once appeared on a Bravo reality TV series called "Online Dating Rituals of the American Male" in 2014.
Photo: Orange County District Attorney's Office