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Things Start Getting Real: Puck From 'The Real World' Arrested In LA For Domestic Violence
This is the true story... of thousands of strangers... living together in the Los Angeles Country Men's Central Jail. From the deeply 90s file of Where Are They Now And Why Do We Care?, David "Puck" Rainey, of the 1994 San Francisco installment of The Real World, has been arrested on domestic violence charges in L.A., according to the L.A. Times.
David Edward "Puck" Rainey, who gained notoriety as a cast member on one of the early incarnations of MTV's "The Real World," has been arrested and charged in a domestic violence case, authorities said Wednesday. Rainey, 42 was arrested by Los Angeles police June 19 at a residence in Mission Hills in the 10000 block of Burnet Avenue and booked on suspicion of felony corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant, according to police and prosecutors.
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