Anthony Duluc Stars as Sgt. Luis Walker on Oxygen’s ‘Abuse of Power’

New York, NY – May 28, 2018 – There is some delightful news for Anthony Duluc fans this week, the Washington Heights actor will appear in the fourth episode of the first (maiden) season of Oxygen Network’s ‘Abuse of Power’. He finds a nice spot for himself in the leading role of Sgt. Luis Walker.

The re-enactment’s show newest season will cover the case of Sgt. Luis Walker, a former Air Force basic training instructor at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping one female recruit and sexually assaulting or having improper contact with 9 other of his former trainees.

Sgt. Luis Walker was one of the numerous San Antonio-Lackland instructors embroiled in a major sex scandal that involved the assault or improper conduct of a total of 62 trainees. He was reduced in rank to airman basic in July 2012, and committed suicide two years later while serving his sentence at Fort Leavenworth.

Described as a “consummate predator” and a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” during his trial by prosecutor Major Patricia Gruen, Sgt. Luis Walker’s case was part of what is to date the largest sexual violence chapter in US Air Force history.

“With the emergence of the #MeToo movement, the Sgt. Luis Walker case is now more relevant than ever before” said Anthony. “The show will bring more details to light, and allow audiences to gain a deeper insight into a scandal that rocked the Air Force to its core.”

Anthony’s recent starring role is only the beginning of what is poised to be a milestone year in his career, as he is set to have many upcoming projects releasing this summer, both on TV and in collaboration with mega-YouTubers.

Anthony’s future roles and appearances will be communicated with further releases to the press.

To learn more about Anthony Duluc, please visit his IMDb page.

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