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The man who amputated his own arm and wrote a book about it which led to a movie starring James Franco was arrested over the weekend and charged with domestic violence and "wrongs against minors." So, it sounds like he hit an adult and did something to a kid that fell short of violence. Aron was arrested in Denver over the weekend but they don't bail people out until Monday so Aron will be in court this morning to presumably get bail and enter some type of plea. Hopefully the wrongs against minor will also be explained in more detail at the time.
You would think a guy who could keep his cool to amputate his own arm would not be a guy you would see in a mugshot for domestic violence.
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