David Guillod, the producer of Atomic Blonde and Extraction, was arrested last Wednesday for an alleged sexually assault. This makes it the twelfth time that Guillod has been be charged with a sex crime.

In the last four months, the disgraced talent manager and executive producer has been charged with sexually assaulting, drugging and abducting four women. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, in the newest charge, Guillod is accused of attacking a woman, who has chosen to remain anonymous.

Guillod’s last arrest was in June in Santa Barbara, where the local district attorney’s office brought a total of eleven felony charges against him for the alleged sexual assault of four women, one of whom was his assistant and another the actress Jessica Barth.

Barth, who was Guillod’s client, recounted an incident where she allegedly woke up from being drugged and raped in an interview with The Wrap. The Ted actress claimed, “The next thing I remember is waking up at home with six hickeys on my neck. I was horrified. I was completely and utterly confused and I was sick to my stomach. Through email, he tried to play it off as a silly make-out session between friends. He sent me message after message begging that we talk and letting me know how upset he was and that he couldn’t sleep because of the pit in his stomach.”

According to prosecutors, the assaults occurred in 2012, 2014 and 2015, all of which he is on record as denying. A spokeswoman for Guillod at the time released a statement, “for the past eight years, Mr. Guillod has denied these allegations, and for the past eight years Mr. Guillod has fully cooperated with all aspects of law enforcement’s investigation.”

Upon his latest arrest, Guillod was released on a $3 million bail for four months but is now being held for $5 million at the Los Angeles Police Metropolitan Detention Center.