Second teen charged in beating of local actor on bus

A second teenager charged in the assault and robbery of the 18-year-old actor Christopher Borgzinner on a Muni bus pleaded not guilty to the charges Wednesday in San Francisco Superior Court.

Fagamalama Pasene, 16, who is being charged as an adult, was arrested with two other teens last week in connection with the assault on Borgzinner on a Muni bus Oct. 5.

Borgzinner, a San Francisco resident, is in the upcoming film “La Mission,” starring Benjamin Bratt and directed by Bratt’s brother, Peter Bratt.

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