Report: LA Official Suspected of Rape

A top Los Angeles official has been accused of raping an unconscious woman, KFI NEWS reported Tuesday.

According to KFI's report, Andrew Adelman, the General Manager of the LA City Department of Building and Safety, is the prime suspect in a July 10 sexual assault.

KFI NEWS reported:

According to senior LAPD sources and court documents, the victim told detectives she'd gone out drinking with friends and blacked-out after sharing a beer with Andrew Adelman while watching an outdoor concert.

The victim said when she woke up she was being attacked by Adelman on his bed.

She told police the attack lasted several hours, and Adelman eventually drove her back to her car.

No charges have been filed and Adelman has not been arrested, KFI reported. 


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"Adelman manages a staff of over 1000 managers, supervisors, engineers, inspectors and support staff located in 16 offices with an annual revenue and operating budget of over $120 million. He oversees approval of over 140,000 construction projects with a valuation of over $5 billion dollars and performance of over 900,000 inspections annually," according to the department's website.

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