Monica Foster commentary: So the question still remains – WHO INTRODUCED SAMANTHA SAINT of WICKED PICTURES to Richard Nanula? Whoever that individual is, WILL face charges of SEX TRAFFICKING (Pimping) and most likely extortion as well. This article states that Nanula spent over $10K on prostitutes….
Speaking of the vast amounts of money prostitution and extortion schemes can generate, little miss Trinity St. Clair (the pornstar who’s LOGO is on the photos) just had a breast enlargement operation – such operations are pretty costly…just sayin 🙂 She might want to come forward, rather than having law enforcement track her down…
- Last Updated: 8:01 AM, July 7, 2013
- Posted: 11:43 PM, July 6, 2013
Richard Nanula — the former Disney CFO who took a leave of absence from investment firm Colony Capital after sexually explicit photos of him and a “porn star” emerged — was previously treated for sex addiction, according to court filings seen by Page Six.
The bigwig — who we can also reveal has resigned from Colony Capital and Miramax, which Colony co-owns — was accused by his ex-wife in a divorce declaration of spending thousands on prostitutes. Nanula has also been hit with a separate sex harassment suit by a paralegal this year.
A decade ago, while at biotech firm Amgen, he had entered a six-day sex-addiction therapy program at the Hoffman Institute in San Rafael, Calif., his wife Tracey Nanula alleged in divorce papers. Nanula said at the time he was “cured” by completing the program, the papers reflect.
The sex-therapy stint came after Tracey allegedly discovered he had spent sums up to $10,000 on prostitutes, the court papers say. According to sources, Tracey discovered his infidelities in 2001, after noticing charges to escort services on his credit card statements, as well as a canceled check to a call girl. Tracey, who met Nanula when they both worked at Disney, filed for divorce in 2005, according to Los Angeles County court records.
Photos purporting to be of Nanula engaged in sex acts with a porn star first emerged last month online. Nanula then took a leave of absence from Colony, which owns Miramax with magnate Ron Tutor and the Qatar government’s sovereign wealth fund. The company said Nanula’s leave was for “personal reasons.”
Sources now tell us that Nanula has since resigned from all of his positions at Colony, which included his role as chairman at Miramax.
A rep for Colony told Page Six regarding Nanula’s treatment for sex addiction and hiring call girls: “Based on our investigation, these matters are personal to Mr. Nanula, and it would not be appropriate to comment further at this time.”
Tracey Nanula told us by telephone, “I have no comment.”