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This is worth mentioning: The very night the thirteenth season of the Real World wraps up in Paris, we see the San Diego brats screaming for their piece of the pie... After a lot of flux about internet rumors, it has been confirmed by the San Diego Police Department. There has been an incident at The Real World: San Diego house. There has been an alleged rape that is currently under investigation at the house. Since it happened (about 10 days ago), there have been rumors flying like crazy. Apparently, a friend of one of the male roommates named Justin is the main suspect in the case. A 22-year old woman is said to be the victim of the rape case. Bunim-Murray Productions has made a statement about the allegations, telling the media that they are fully cooperating with the police. The news made the CNN.com front page at 10:25EST tonight. Here is the link. This, comes after much publicity of the San Diego season. Since the cast moved in a couple of months ago, another female roommate, Robin was arrested for a bar brawl. There are also heavy reports being circulated that another female roommate, Frankie has left the cast. A replacement was apparently brought in; a male castmember, Charlie. All together, you will see Charlie (M), Brad (M), Jacques (M), Randy (M), Cameran (F), Robin (F), Jamie (F) and Frankie (F) appear on the next season of the Real World. The next season of the Real World will begin airing in January, alongside the next installment of the Challenge, which is being called the Inferno. For more information on the Real World: San Diego, check out Real World: SD.
Speaking of the Inferno, full lists of the participants of the Challenge are circulating but have yet to be confirmed officially. Expect to see Mallory, Ace, CT, and Leah from Paris join this upcoming Challenge. You'll see them next week in the Paris reunion...
And after all that hoopla, Rachel (San Francisco) failed to make the final cut for The View. She lost out to Survivor's Elisabeth Filarski Hasselback.
The new release date for Jacinda's (London) movie Ladder 49 was recently announced as October 8, 2004. It was moved back from November 2003.