Carissa Carpenter, a self-described entertainment executive, and an unidentified companion leave a Malibu courthouse in May after dismissal of two felony counts against her for allegedly not paying for a stay at a luxurious inn.
Carissa Carpenter, a self-described entertainment executive, and an unidentified companion leave a Malibu courthouse in May after dismissal of two felony counts against her for allegedly not paying for a stay at a luxurious inn. mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Carissa Carpenter, a self-described entertainment executive, and an unidentified companion leave a Malibu courthouse in May after dismissal of two felony counts against her for allegedly not paying for a stay at a luxurious inn. mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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