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April 25, 1989
The boyfriend of entertainer Cher was fined $1,175 Monday and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service for destroying the equipment of two photographers who were staking out the Benedict Canyon home of the Academy Award-winning actress. Rob Camilletti, 24, a former New York bagel maker, was also placed on two years' unsupervised probation by West Los Angeles Municipal Court Judge Ronald Schoenberg. Camilletti was also ordered to make restitution to the two photographers in an amount to be determined by the judge.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1989
The boyfriend of entertainer Cher was fined $1,175 Monday and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service for destroying the equipment of two photographers who were staking out the Benedict Canyon home of the Academy Award-winning actress. Rob Camilletti, 24, a former New York bagel maker, was also placed on two years' unsupervised probation by West Los Angeles Municipal Court Judge Ronald Schoenberg. Camilletti was also ordered to make restitution to the two photographers in an amount to be determined by the judge.
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October 6, 1988 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
There will be no felony charges facing Rob Camilletti, Cher's beau, for his part in a confrontation with a tabloid photographer in June. Camilletti will be charged with reckless driving, a misdemeanor, rather than the felony assault count he originally faced. Camilletti said he lost control of Cher's Ferrari and crashed into Star tabloid photographer Peter Brandt's car while swerving into the home's driveway to avoid other photographers. He has admitted to smashing Brandt's camera in anger.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1989
Cher's boyfriend pleaded no contest Tuesday to two counts of vandalism for smashing a photographer's camera equipment outside the Benedict Canyon home of the Oscar-winning actress. Attorney John Forbes entered the plea on behalf of Rob Camilletti, 24, who was not in court, Deputy City Atty. Renee Laurents said. Camilletti, a former New York bagel maker, pizza chef and bartender, faces up to a year in jail and a $2,000 fine when he is sentenced March 14.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1989
Cher's boyfriend pleaded no contest Tuesday to two counts of vandalism for smashing a photographer's camera equipment outside the Benedict Canyon home of the Oscar-winning actress. Attorney John Forbes entered the plea on behalf of Rob Camilletti, 24, who was not in court, Deputy City Atty. Renee Laurents said. Camilletti, a former New York bagel maker, pizza chef and bartender, faces up to a year in jail and a $2,000 fine when he is sentenced March 14.
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August 8, 1988 | JEANNINE STEIN, Times Staff Writer
Star magazine, the gossipy grocery store tabloid, had a tip Cher was about to marry Rob Camilletti, her live-in boyfriend. Free-lance photographer Peter Brandt got the routine assignment to watch the actress' house just in case. What happened next is in dispute. Camilletti claims he tried to dodge Brandt and another photographer but his car brakes locked, causing him to slide into Brandt's Honda. Brandt claims Camilletti tried to run him down.
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May 28, 1989 | Alice Kahn
"I don't think I was meant to be a mother," Bree Wellington told her old friend Mai Blender over lunch at the Quilted Adobe. "Meant, schmeant," opined Mai, a licensed therapist and an amateur sarcasticist. "You've got the kid. Even Nordstrom won't take her back." "Of course, I love Rachel Whoopi as I've never loved another human being. I can't imagine life without her," Bree said, fiddling with the heel of the baguette. "It's just that I don't think I have the patience." They were interrupted by the sight of the waiter standing there like a symphony conductor demanding their complete attention before he began his performance.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1988 | JACK JONES, From staff and wire reports
It was the darned brakes, explained Rob Camilletti, Cher's boyfriend. They locked on him. That's why Cher's Ferrari, which he was driving, skidded off the road and slammed into the car of a photographer in front of the Benedict Canyon home he shares with the noted singer-actress.
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December 2, 1988 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, Susan Christian is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
Beth liked Michael so much that she decided to fix him up with one of her friends--somebody a little more his age. "Michael and I became best buddies at work," Beth said. "We went to lunch together almost every day, and eventually started getting together on weekends for a movie or dinner. We really related to one another. I thought he was a doll, but I never imagined our friendship becoming anything more. "So one night I said to him, 'I've got this cute friend who's your age . . .'
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October 6, 1988 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
There will be no felony charges facing Rob Camilletti, Cher's beau, for his part in a confrontation with a tabloid photographer in June. Camilletti will be charged with reckless driving, a misdemeanor, rather than the felony assault count he originally faced. Camilletti said he lost control of Cher's Ferrari and crashed into Star tabloid photographer Peter Brandt's car while swerving into the home's driveway to avoid other photographers. He has admitted to smashing Brandt's camera in anger.
NEWS
August 8, 1988 | JEANNINE STEIN, Times Staff Writer
Star magazine, the gossipy grocery store tabloid, had a tip Cher was about to marry Rob Camilletti, her live-in boyfriend. Free-lance photographer Peter Brandt got the routine assignment to watch the actress' house just in case. What happened next is in dispute. Camilletti claims he tried to dodge Brandt and another photographer but his car brakes locked, causing him to slide into Brandt's Honda. Brandt claims Camilletti tried to run him down.
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