Hollywood Agent’s Son Charged After Body Dump Caught On Tape

A woman’s torso was found in the garbage near the Los Angeles home of the son of a prominent Hollywood managing agency. He was seen on tape at a California strip mall dumping what seems to be her remains.

Surveillance footage shows that on Tuesday afternoon in Encino, Samuel Haskell IV parked his white Tesla near a garbage dumpster. He then proceeded to the car’s rear and took what appeared to be a large bag from the trunk.

Haskell, 35, strains to carry the plastic bag and eventually tosses it into the trash.

Two unique recordings received by the site illustrate the unnerving image from various viewpoints.

The video was shot on Wednesday, near the spot where a homeless guy discovered the remains.

According to the investigation, there were no tattoos or other identifying marks on the torso. But they think it’s probably the remains of Haskell’s missing wife, Mei.

Both Mei Haskell’s mother, Yanxiang Wang, and father, Gaoshen Li, had been reported missing before the horrible discovery.

Haskell was taken into custody after police discovered a large amount of blood and other evidence at his residence pointed to the site of a murder.

He is being jailed on a $2 million bond until his Monday court date.

On Monday, the day before the dismembered corpse was discovered, he allegedly paid workers $500 to remove three huge garbage bags from inside the garage of his Tarzana home.

Haskell allegedly told the workers, the son of a powerful Hollywood executive who represented Dolly Parton, Whoopi Goldberg, and George Clooney, that the bags contained pebbles. The contents were initially considered harmless, but the team quickly learned otherwise.

They took the money and drove off a few streets to check the luggage. They described the bags as squishy and wet, weighing around 50 pounds, before turning back and dropping them off.

Haskell said the body parts were Halloween decorations, but the men refused to help him.

They sought to report the terrible find to two separate police stations but were rejected.

Haskell, who calls himself a filmmaker and posts excerpts from low-budget films online, has been arrested many times for assault.

In December 2008, he was apprehended and charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon. In 2010, he entered a plea of no contest to a charge of violence and was sentenced to three years of probation.