Noel Fisher aka Detail is an American record producer, rapper, and singer from Detroit, Michigan.
On Wednesday, he was arrested by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department after 15 sexual assault charges and five separate felony assault charges were filed against him five days earlier.
Curently, he is being held on bail of $6.3 million. Detail was arrested for incidents that took place between 2010 and 2018. Earlier, in 2011 he was accused of Sexual Assault and accused of holding a woman against her will and sexually assaulting her following a pre-Grammy party at his home in Canyon Country, California.
According to the source, the woman was a catering assistant and was hired to provide food for the party. TMZ reported that she said that after rebuffing Fisher’s advances, he “ripped off her clothes, locked her into a room and then raped her,” and she then said that she escaped, told police, and submitted to a rape test.
Later, in 2018 another woman named Kristina Buch filed a lawsuit against Fisher alleging sexual assault, where Kristina Buch is a model and aspiring singer, alleged that he raped her in Miami during a recording session, forced her to have sex in front of others.
Furthermore, Peyton Ackley accused the Music Producer of forcing her to have sex with him in front of someone else and forcing her to record him having sex with Kristina. According to the Associated Press, Buch won her $15 million lawsuits in a default judgment because Fisher and his attorney did not respond to court summons or file any documents.
Recently, popular female artists Jessica Reyes, Bebe Rhexa, and Tinashe reported that they felt uncomfortable during recording sessions with Fisher and supported the women making accusations against him.
Rexha tweeted last year: “He tried to do the same thing to me when I was a new artist. Glad these women came out. It’s scary. He tried to with me, but I ran out of that studio. Karma is a bitch.” Later, Tinashe took to her Instagram to comment on Rexha’s post, stating, “The only session I’ve been into this day where I left due to being soooo uncomfortable. Glad he’s being exposed for the f—ing creep he is.”
Singer-songwriter Neisha Neshae also shared her trauma relating to Detail. The “On The Cloud” recording artist wrote in a caption on Okayplayer: “Y’all remember when I went to work with Detail in LA. (Mind you my team of 4 men was there with me.) I was there for 12 hours, I recorded 9 records he wrote. I have not seen or heard (even) one of those songs. Not only that, but he DID also come into the booth while I was WORKING, touching on me & trying to convince me to keep working amidst that. … I didn’t know what to do, I didn’t know what to say… I was frozen & hurt… and I was even sicker I never got my songs.. probably because I didn’t throw my p—-. Which I ain’t never had to do to get where I am.”
He is an American record producer, rapper and singer, Detail is best to know for producing several hit singles, including “Sexy Can I” by Ray J, “I’m So Paid” by Akon, “How to Love” by Lil Wayne, “Drunk in Love” and “711” by Beyoncé, “We Dem Boyz” by Wiz Khalifa.
One of the producer’s biggest breakthroughs came when he won a Grammy for “Best R&B Song” for helping produce Beyonce’s hit, “Drunk In Love.” The release of the song created some tension between Fisher and Atlanta rapper Future.
He began his career as a producer in 2005 and teamed up with American R&B singer Ray J to produce the bulk of his third album Raydiation.