AMI chief David Pecker has been getting a lot of the attention recently in the unfolding National Enquirer scandal – but his second-in-command Dylan Howard also struck a deal for immunity, yet he seems to be getting off with much lighter scrutiny. So let’s put that right, shall we?
Dylan (‘Dildo’ to his friends) joined the American Media family in 2010, but left briefly in 2012 to work for Celebuzz. He left a year later amid allegations of sexual harassment (and one of throwing a cock ring at a colleague) and returned to the fold.
Clearly he felt much more at home at AMI, where he suffered no professional consequences for being thrown out of at least two Hollywood hotspots for pulling down his jeans and waving his willy about. Nor was he punished for using company time and resources to arrange his 30th birthday party in Vegas, where a call girl came to his hotel room and gave a blowjob to one of his guests in front of the entire party.
If he’s still got the feds’ number, it might be worth seeing if he can expand the scope of that immunity deal.