You can try petitioning to the original judge who sentenced him for relief and a release for medical treatment. This is difficult to obtain and you have to almost show that his condition is life threatening.
You may be at risk for sexual assault charges. If charges have not been brought then I would advise against pursuing them. Involuntary intoxication is a difficult defense to sell to jury, any statments made can and will be used against you. You need to exercise your right to remain silent, and youneed to hire an attorney immediately.
It helps to know the show producers. But typically the case has to involve a high profile client or high profile attorneys or interesting facts. As a general rule, you are better off keeping your case out of the media, and avoid trying your case in the court of public opinion.
A change of venue motion is very difficult to establish, and usually takes some statistical and social science research to show prejudicial bias in the venue. This research is usually done through surveys and affidavits in cases where the media has extensively covered a case. My experience has been that judges these days are less likely to grant these motions without data to support the motion.
You would probably not be able to find a prosecutor to agree to drop the party to the crime...