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One of the leaders of the "Bling Ring" burglary crew -- which drew headlines for the celebrity home burglaries and inspired a movie of the same name -- has been charged along with another man with stalking a West Hollywood skin-care guru and trying to hire a man to rape her, authorities said.

Nicholas Prugo, one the leaders of the "Bling Ring" burglary crew that targeted celebrities, now faces charges of stalking a West Hollywood skin-care guru and trying to hire a man to rape her. (Credit: Robyn Beck / AFP/Getty Images)

Nicholas Prugo, one the leaders of the "Bling Ring" burglary crew that targeted celebrities, now faces charges of stalking a West Hollywood skin-care guru and trying to hire a man to rape her. (Credit: Robyn Beck / AFP/Getty Images)

Nicholas Prugo, a member of a gang of teens and 20-somethings accused of stealing more than $3 million in jewelry and designer apparel in the burglaries -- was arrested Tuesday, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office.

A second man, Edward Feinstein, was arrested Sept. 15 and released on $450,000 bail, prosecutors said.

Prugo and Feinstein schemed to stalk Dawn DaLuise and her two daughters between Dec. 1, 2013, and April 1, 2014, prosecutors alleged in a complaint filed Sept. 8 in L.A. County Superior Court. The pair also published an online ad seeking men to visit DaLuise's residence and sexually assault her, prosecutors said.

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