Jamie Ralph Kuntz, a former North Dakota college football player, has admitted to stalking David Geffen
Jamie Ralph Kuntz, a former North Dakota college football player, has been given probation for stalking his Hollywood mogul ex-boyfriend David Geffen, the Associated Press reports.
Kuntz pleaded no contest to charges of felony stalking and violating a restraining order to stay away from Geffen’s California homes.
According to defense lawyer David Wohl, although Kuntz – who had been in a short-term relationship with Geffen – would have won had the case gone to trial, he did not want to spend any more time in jail having served three months because he could not afford $150,000 bail.
Wohl added that the outcome is “celebrity justice in reverse” because “the victim is a celebrity, and judges are afraid of something happening to them."
Kuntz has been ordered to attend psychiatric counseling twice a week for 12 months as a condition of his two-year probation term.
In 2012, Kuntz was kicked off his college football team for being gay.