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former longtime medical correspondent for KNBC in Los Angeles,
was arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of asking a 9-year-
old girl to send him sexually suggestive pictures, authorities
Hensel, 71, was taken into custody about 10:15 a.m. by
investigators from the Los Angeles Police Department's Juvenile
Division, a spokesperson for the agency said. He was released
later in the day after posting $5,000 bail.
He was seen leaving the Metropolitan Detention Center in
downtown L.A., where he dodged questions from Eyewitness News
reporter Eileen Frere and quickly scurried into a car before
In a statement, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's
Office said Hensel was charged with one felony count of contact
with a minor for sexual purposes.
Hensel allegedly requested the images from the daughter of an
acquaintance through a messaging app on or about Aug. 4, said
Deputy District Attorney Angela Brunson of the DA's Cyber Crimes
Hensel's attorney, Steve Sitkoff, released the following
statement: "Dr. Hensel is completely innocent of the charge. We
are cooperating with the authorities and look forward to a
speedy and complete exoneration."
On Oct. 16, members of the Los Angeles Regional Internet Crime
Against Children Task Force served a search warrant at Hensel's
home in Pacific Palisades.
Items were removed from the hillside house as part of the
investigation, an LAPD spokesperson said.
Hensel was a medical correspondent for KNBC for nearly three
decades and had prior stints at NBC in New York and KCOP in Los
Angeles. In addition to his reporting on medical issues for
KNBC, he was known for answering viewer questions on the
station's "Ask Dr. Bruce" segment. He won multiple Emmys for his
work in addition to honors from medical organizations.
An online biography indicates Hensel also served as a medical
professor at UCLA and hosted a nationally syndicated call-in
Last year he co-directed and produced a documentary about
transgender relationships entitled "Beyond the Opposite Sex,"
which aired on Showtime.
If convicted as charged, Hensel faces a possible maximum
sentence of 18 months in state prison, prosecutors said.
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