Rizzo Released From Hospital, Will Be Back In Court Monday

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Former Bell city administrator Robert Rizzo has been released from the hospital and will be back in court Monday as scheduled, according to his attorney James Spertus.

KNX 1070’s Claudia Peschiutta reports Rizzo was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital from the courthouse Wednesday after experience light-headedness and chest pain.

Spertus would not disclose further information about Rizzo’s medical condition, but that his client would simply be well enough for court.

“He’s looking forward to continuing with the preliminary hearing,” Spertus told the Los Angeles Times.

Rizzo and several other current and former Bell officials have been accused of public corruption and misuse of public funds. Rizzo collected a nearly $800,000 salary as a public employee, drawing nationwide outrage.

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One Comment

  1. Bob says:

    Good to hear the fat pigs out god forbid he died before justice prevails.

  2. joe says:

    what a joke he is gunna be, one of those losers that drags this thing out and we need will have to shell out our tax money to convict him!!! watch they already tried to drag it out by ordering another judge, here we go let the circus begin!!! i see it already

  3. junior says:

    He will have chest pains on Monday to more cost of the taxpayer. They need to throw this fat azz in prison and feed him once a day until his loses all the fat he gained on taxpayers money.

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