Real World San Diego cast member pleads innocent for assaulting Marine.

Real World San Diego cast member pleads innocent for assaulting Marine.
Robin Michelle Hibbard, a cast member on the currently-taping Real World San Diego, “pleaded innocent today to two counts of misdemeanor battery for allegedly assaulting a Marine at a Pacific Beach bar earlier this month,” the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. She wasn’t in court but will return Oct. 23. The paper reports she got into an argument with the Marine, who was waiting to get in to a bar, and punched him in the arm; later, she returned and “apologized to Porter, who turned his back and told her to go away. Hibbard then scratched the Marine on the back and neck.”

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