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July 15, 1986

A federal judge in New Jersey sentenced the reputed enforcer of a Hollywood drug ring to 10 years imprisonment. Curtis Hunt, 25, of Venice, was convicted June 2 of involvement in a cocaine sales operation that depended upon violence and threats to collect debts and obtain drugs. A chief witness against him was Victoria Sellars, daughter of the late actor Peter Sellers. The trial was held in Newark because of charges that the operation was trying to extend its influence into New Jersey.

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