Pasquale Rotella, the man who got Holly Madison pregnant, is facing a laundry list of criminal charges that could land him behind bars for up to 13 years.
The founder and CEO of Insomniac, a producer of electronic-music concerts, has been indicted for bribery, embezzlement, conspiracy and conflict of interest.
He was one of six people charged in a corruption case stemming from $2.5M in alleged backroom deals surrounding raves at L.A.'s Memorial Coliseum.
Rotella has maintained his innocence throughout a 13-month investigation.
Back in April, his attorney said Rotella "has always acted lawfully and appropriately with respect to all dealings with the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum."
He called the charges "completely baseless and flat-out wrong."
The attorney added that the charges are "politically motivated and publicity driven. Mr. Rotella will vigorously defend himself to clear his good name."
For the sake of Holly Madison and her baby, we hope that's true. Rotella is out on bail and will back in court September 25 for a pre-trial conference.