He professes to have intuition, yet cannot discern who is and who is not my niece. Gavin also categorizes threats from 1-4 based on romantic craze.
Mr. de Becker should ask Halle Berry- whom I turned down after. Halle and I appeared in 3episodes of the short lived ‘Who’s The Bos’ spin-off, ‘Living Dolls.’
While we cannot negate the need of a Mr. Gavin de Becker and his supposed precautions, but this is the service he provides.
1. If there was a police report of a stolen car with a gun, there’d be evidence.
To merely suggest a weapon is irresponsible. But, it’s a great way to manipulate. It’s a certain way to get the protections a hyper vigilant would require.
Gavin de Becker you are a fraud.
And as Gavin de Becker sees it, it was the advent of the age of celebrities as targets. Targets of lovesick men and women. Targets of fans with benign, mildly amusing delusions. Targets of crazed people intent on stalking and killing stars. At 34, de Becker is himself a star in the field of celebrity protection, relied on by many of Hollywood's biggest names and other high-visibility figures. Redford Among Clients His clients past and present include Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Cher, Robert Redford, Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, Joan Rivers, Victoria Principal, Brooke Shields, Olivia Newton-John, Tina Turner and John Travolta.
But de Becker is not a bodyguard, nor does he simply provide that service. He does not wish to be even remotely identified with that trade, which he dismisses as work for rent-a-hulks and overweight, one-time rock 'n' roll roadies. Instead, de Becker and his staff of 31 offer a unique refinement in the celebrity security business, using state-of-the-art computers and psychological profiling to help protect clients, some of whom pay as much as $475,000 a year for the peace of mind. Glimpse Into Minds His special approach also has allowed de Becker to obtain a rare glimpse into the troubled minds of the sometimes harmless but often twisted individuals who focus attention on themselves by sending "inappropriate" messages to his celebrity clients. Along with the Secret Service and the Capitol Police, who guard members of Congress, Gavin de Becker Inc. of Los Angeles has the "best-kept centralized files of threatening communications in the country," said Dr. Park Dietz of Newport Beach, prosecution psychiatrist at the trial of John Hinckley, President Reagan's would-be assassin. De Becker's business "is a counterpart of what we do in the FBI," to protect government figures, said agent Robert Ressler of the Behavioral Sciences Unit of the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va. "Unfortunately, we do not live in safe times. His type of business really fills a void. The government cannot protect everyone." And former Los Angeles County Sheriff Peter Pitchess said: "Gavin is one of the best. . . . He has been very, very helpful to us (and) I have recommended him to many people." De Becker will discuss cases but won't name names; a partial list of his 100-plus clients, most of whom live in California but some of whom are in New York, Washington and Nashville, the country music capital, was gleaned from other sources. "Sinatra and Sylvester Stallone are not clients," he said, adding that almost every other top Hollywood star is. To many, celebrities are magnets, and the crazed, some of whom have come to California from as far away as Saudi Arabia believing that they have been directed by a deity, have been undeterred by barbed wire or attack dogs. Some have taken telephone company jobs to gain access to unlisted numbers. They see special signs and signals for themselves in such everyday objects as license plates. They have mailed de Becker's clients a dead coyote, dead fish, blood, hair, teeth, human and animal fecal matter and bullets. Typically, though, they begin acting out fixations--some directed at Hollywood stars, others aimed at well-known corporate CEOs--by writing astonishing letters, in which they display obsessive love, hate or other threatening desires.
We have to ask why an ADA would Suborn Perjury- to become the actual criminal?
In 2015, Gavin de Becker represented Kirkland & Ellis’ managing partner Hamed Meshki.
Also in 2015, May 25, Gavin de Becker released a fraudulent report claiming stolen cars, and running guns & ammunition thwarted by local police.
I say where are the police records- surely this type of Bonnie & Clyde would’ve at least provided a head shot! (I was unbelievably cute in 1994!)
in all seriousness, in 1984 I did take my dad’s car to New York’s Skineateles- where we do have a summer house. But, unfortunately no ‘Dirty Hairy’ Colt. Mikey- my dad did have a shot gun, but it was stored safely in the trunk complete with a locked hunting case.
THIS is the gross exaggeration to which I’m referring.
2weeks after my case commenced- without ANY defense I might add, Ms. Anjelica Gregory accepted a Kirkland & Ellis position with a starting salary of $290,000.
Ms. Gregory was relieved of her position after just a year.