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Kuntz ordered to stay away from media mogul David Geffen

LOS ANGELES -- A former Dickinson man accused of stalking media mogul David Geffen agreed to stay at least 200 yards away from Geffen for 10 years as part of a plea deal in Los Angeles district court on Feb. 9.

LOS ANGELES - A former Dickinson man accused of stalking media mogul David Geffen agreed to stay at least 200 yards away from Geffen for 10 years as part of a plea deal in Los Angeles district court on Feb. 9.
Jamie Kuntz, who made national headlines in 2012 when he came out as gay after leaving the North Dakota State College of Science football team, was order to stay away from Geffen and undergo at least one year of psychiatric counseling twice a week, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Kuntz, 21, must also remains on probation.
He was arrested in October for allegedly trespassing on Geffen’s property. Kuntz said he and Geffen 71, had been in a short-term relationship.

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