Paramount chief helps FBI on Pellicano

April 14, 2006 at 9:08 PM

LOS ANGELES, April 14 (UPI) -- Paramount Pictures chief Brad Grey has met with the FBI twice about his connection to Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano, it was reported Friday.

Paramount attorneys told The Los Angeles Times that Grey waived his attorney-client privilege during the second interview, which was part of the FBI's wiretapping investigation involving the private investigator.

Attorney Carl Moor also told the Times Grey is not a suspect or target in the case.

Fourteen people have been charged so far in the probe of Pellicano, who was charged in a 110-count indictment with using wiretaps and illegal background checks to invade the privacy of dozens of celebrities and executives.

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