Czech Performer Receives Probation on Drug Charge

Steve Javors
PRAGUE — Czech male performer Robert Rosenberg was found guilty of cocaine possession in a Prague court today but was acquitted on three more serious charges. Rosenberg was sentenced to one year of probation.

Rosenberg was first arrested in Oct. 2007 on the drug charge with allegations of human trafficking, spreading a sexually transmitted disease and procuring women for prostitution coming after his initial arrest.

Rosenberg’s wife and manager were arrested along with him and sentenced to four months of probation.

The charges related to prostitution came from a former housemaid who testified that she was forced to be in an adult movie by the Rosenbergs in order to pay them back after the couple discovered she had robbed them. Her testimony was judged to be unreliable, according to Czech news agency

Since entering the adult industry in 1996, Rosenberg has become one of the most well-known and popular European male performers. He has performed in more than 1,000 adult movies and has directed for Black Magic Pictures and Bang Bros.

Rosenberg had been held in police custody since his arrest. He faced 10 years in prison if convicted on all four counts against him.