Twenty years on, detestable Puck from MTV's vintage The Real World: San Francisco just can't seem to stay out of the news. In fact, it's almost like he's trying to keep getting arrested. The erstwhile bike messenger who terrified legions of impressionable youngsters with his outlandish onscreen behavior (note: anecdotal assumption by reporter) was fresh out of jail for stalking charges when he was booked yet again for domestic violence.
Puck, aka David Rainey, was arrested in L.A. on July 13th and charged with inflicting bodily injury on a woman who was a "spouse, former spouse, cohabitant or former cohabitant". According to police, he also grabbed the phone away from the victim and hung up when she tried to call for help.
Puck was sent to prison in November of last year for stalking a woman, but was apparently released before his 300 day term was up. Puck was also arrested in 2011 for domestic violence charges, as well as being charged in 2010 for drunk driving and child endangerment for this charming incident.