Beware: How Global One Management’s Questionable Practices Entangled Politicians, Child Actors And The Homeless

December 15, 2017Media Mention
Deadline Hollywood

The law, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2012, is designed to protect child actors from registered sex offenders and requires managers, acting coaches, publicists and photographers who regularly work with child performers to be fingerprinted and their names to be entered into a searchable database. State records show that Chae, whose Global One has represented dozens of child actors, has never obtained a child performer services permit.

“Kids come to Hollywood from all over the world to pursue dreams of stardom. Crooks lay in wait,” said William Hochberg, an attorney at the prominent entertainment law firm Greenberg Glusker. “California’s Labor Commission laws pertaining to scammers masquerading as legitimate acting workshops are a form of anti-fraud legislation that we see in most states, but California tailors its law to the entertainment industry. 

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