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Paul Rusconi Arrested in Malibu

Paul Rusconi Arrested in Malibu

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Paul Alan Rusconi, a famed Malibu artist, has been arrested (mug shot photo above). Paul Alan Rusconi was arrested on suspicion of molestation of his two 20-month old daughters. Rusconi, 45, was arrested Friday, confirms Los Angeles Sheriff’s Offices.

Paul Alan Rusconi’s works appear in institutions including the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, the Batonga Foundation in Washington, D.C., the Castilla Foundation, Madrid, Twentieth Century Fox, and the Interface Foundation. In January this year he made news with a series of mixed media canvas of Adam Lambert (American Idol).

Paul Rusconi has also done similar works of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. His sports subjects have included Tony Alva. Other subjects have included Kat Moss and Rupert Murdoch.

Most recently, Rusconi’s work was on display at the Gallery 169 in the Santa Monica Canyon. He told the Palisades Post this year “The line that gets drawn between artists and commercialism today is fascinating to me.”

During an August 2010 interview with Emily Waldorf, he was asked “Where do you hang out in Los Angeles?” His response was “Anywhere that my two girls are because I love them more than I knew was possible.”

He is currently out on $220,000 bail. He has yet to issue a statement to news.

1 Comment

  1. Jessica Lynn

    June 21, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    “This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. I know Paul, and he is the most wonderful person and values his children more than anything in the world. I have spent time with Paul and his girls, and he’s a phenomenal father and he’d sooner die than allow harm to come to them; let alone bring harm to them. To accuse him of a s x crime is insane. This is an awful awful mistake, and whoever made these false allegation s should be arrested themselves . This is not only totally untrue, but disgusting and disgracefu l that something like this should happen to a great man like Paul and more importantly an innocent man.”

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