Rob Lopicola Back In Court Monday On Sex Charges

Former WPTV Channel 5 Weatherman Rob Lopicola is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on sex charges. He has remained in jail since his arrest on July 9th.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Accused perv TV weatherguy Rob Lopicola is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Palm Beach County Criminal Court.

Apparently unable to post ten percent of $110,000 bond, Lopicola remains in the Palm Beach County Jail on four charges related to inappropriate sexual encounters and online relationships with teens. Among the allegations against the former WPTV Channel 5 weather man, providing what we will call a ‘personal wind storm’ to a then 15-year-old boy in Boca Raton.

Lopicola was arrested by U.S. Marshals earlier this month after an investigation that seemingly started at roughly the same time Lopicola resigned from Channel 5. He has been working as a personal trainer and bartender ever since. published the affidavit of probable cause — including the very graphic text messages investigators say he sent. You can read the messages online.

If Lopicola posts bond, he will be placed under house arrest, monitored with by GPS, and banned from internet access.


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