The Grammy-winning Stevenson Ranch resident accused of multiple counts of rape and sexual assault returned to court last week, receiving a future court date to appear.
Noel Fisher, 42, of Stevenson Ranch, was arrested in August of last year and has since seen 30 charges now filed against him including forcible rape, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, forcible oral copulation, sodomy by use of force and false imprisonment by violence.
He has been ordered to return on Nov. 30 for an arraignment after having been ordered to stand trial earlier this year. During an arraignment, a defendant enters a plea to their charges.
Fisher was ordered to stand trial after nearly a dozen alleged victims came forward during his preliminary hearing — where a judge hears whether there’s enough evidence for a defendant to stand trial.
Women testified that they had been locked in Fisher’s studio and he attempted to force himself on them, or they had been forcibly raped in his vehicle while streetside in the city of Los Angeles, among other accusations.
Fisher is alleged to have committed at least two of his assaults at his Stevenson Ranch home.
He is being held at the North County Correctional Facility in Castaic in lieu of $6.29 million bail.