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most charges against Real World Chicago protestors dropped.

most charges against Real World Chicago protestors dropped. Last summer 17 people were arrested at The Real World Chicago house during a protest against the show’s presence in the neighborhood. “Most of the charges had been dropped earlier, but nine of the 17 were still facing misdemeanor charges Wednesday,” as the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Prosecutors …

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Kyle: “I’ve spent enough time slutting out my personal life for public exploitation.”

Kyle: “I’ve spent enough time slutting out my personal life for public exploitation.” The Real World Chicago‘s Kyle answers questions from viewers, and refuses to answer if he’s dating anyone now, saying “I’ve spent enough time slutting out my personal life for public exploitation.” Talking about an upcoming episode that will deal with the cast’s …

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The Real World Chicago’s Cara: “I admire women who can masturbate.”

The Real World Chicago’s Cara: “I admire women who can masturbate.” Appearing as a cover girl in Stuff magazine (again with the airbrushing!), The Real World Chicago‘s Cara says she “admire[s] women who can masturbate”; says they heard Aneesa’s vibrator “several times a week” in the house; and says that upon entering the bathroom, she’d …

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Cara’s brother works for Tom Daschle; her fame has “affect[ed] his work.”

Cara’s brother works for Tom Daschle; her fame has “affect[ed] his work.” The Real World Chicago‘s Cara is the sister of Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle’s speechwriter, Jeff Nussbaum. That “his little sister Cara’s sex life might in any way affect his work” was unexpected, Jake Tapper reports; Jeff and his famous sister have been …

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Real World Chicago director: “If we had gone into the projects, we wouldn’t have had as many problems.”

Real World Chicago director: “If we had gone into the projects, we wouldn’t have had as many problems.” The Real World Chicago’s director–a Chicago South Side native and the series’ first-ever black director–talks to Chicago Magazine about shooting the show amid the controversy in Wicker Park. He says the “area was hostile before we got …

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