SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- A radio host and Hollywood music consultant was released on $1 million bail after being arrested at a nightclub for investigation of drugging and attempting to kidnap a 14-year-old girl, police said Sunday.
Chris Douridas, a KCRW-FM disk jockey, was arrested Jan. 6 outside a Santa Monica nightclub after witnesses reportedly saw him put a substance in the unidentified girl's drink and carry her out of the club, said Santa Monica police Sergeant Jay Trisler.
The girl became ill and was treated at a local hospital before being released, Trisler said. It was unclear why she was inside the club.
County prosecutors were still gathering evidence in the case and awaiting toxicology results before deciding whether to charge Douridas, Eva Jabber, a deputy district attorney, told the Los Angeles Times.
An e-mail sent to Douridas, 43, of Pacific Palisades was not immediately returned Sunday night, and phone numbers listed under his name were disconnected. A message left with KCRW also was not returned.
A second man, whose name was not released, was also arrested as a possible accomplice to Douridas, Trisler said.
Douridas hosts KCRW's "New Ground," a Saturday program featuring new music. He's also a music supervisor and consultant for film and television. He helped compile the soundtracks for movies such as "Shrek 2," "As Good As It Gets" and "Grosse Pointe Blank."
Douridas was nominated for a Grammy for his work on the soundtrack to "American Beauty."
He also was a one time host for the PBS series "Sessions at West 54th Street."