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Playboy Mansion Celebrity Poker Sponsor, Premiere's Son Arrested for Sexual Battery

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/22/2008
Playboy Mansion

Doctor Kevin Antario Brown, 37, was arrested yesterday morning at his Los Angeles home, by LAPD Detectives on a felony warrant charging him with molesting six additional patients.  Brown is the eldest son of Bermuda Premiere, Ewart Brown. 

In May, the Department of Tourism for Bermuda sponsored a celebrity poker tournament at the Los Angeles Playboy Mansion.  Dr. Brown's Urban Health Institute of Los Angeles was the beneficiary of the star studded event, for which is father (the Premiere) also attended.   The donated prize was three trips to Bermuda in partnership with Elbow Beach Hotel.

Dr. Kevin Brown is being held on $4 million bail after six more patients - one of them as young as 15 - accused him of sexual molestation.  This was the second time he has been arrested in connection with sexual battery over the last month according to The Bermuda Royal Gazette.  The Los Angeles County District Attorney has reportedly deemed the doctor a potential "flight risk" due to his connections to the Premiere.

Dr. Brown, a general practitioner, was initially arrested on July 8 and freed on $50,000 bail in connection with charges that he sexually battered an 18-year-old woman in June, 2007 and an undercover officer posing as a patient last month

The Premiere had previously issued a statement following the initial arrest:  "I have been in touch with him and he denies the charges and we trust that he will be exonerated."

19 felony counts have now been issued against Brown include lewd act on a 15-year-old child, rape, sexual battery by fraud and sexual exploitation.  He faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted.

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