The former Real World DC house will become a prison museum as former cast members get a real world jail experience all coming on the heels of 1.7 million viewers watching The Real World Las Vegas Season 25 premiere.
The nearly 3 year old Laogai Museum is moving from 1109 M Street NW in Washington DC to 2000 S Street NW where The Real World DC was filmed.
Interestingly the museum focuses on the laogai system of prison work camps in China as former Real World cast members get a more realistic view behind bars.
Jemmye Carroll and Ryan Knight of The Real World New Orleans cast were arrested on Saturday March 12th at a Panama City Beach bar after an altercation with a bouncer according to Radar Online…which was not an event appearance.
While the previous New Orleans season may have more cast members in jail The Real World Las Vegas 25 beat that season with its premiere garnering an audiance of 1.7 million & leading all of TV in its timeslot among the 12-34 aged demographic with a 1.8 rating.