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LAS VEGAS-Carlos Barron is charged with attempted murder for shooting at the cast of “Repo Games” a reality show from the producers of “Jersey Shore” which debuts on Spike TV tonight. In the show, people who are having their cars repossessed have a chance to keep their cars by answering trivia questions. TMZ reports:

Carlos Barron got extremely bent out of shape at around 9:45 last night, after the film crew was shooting video of a car being repossessed a few doors down. The 40-year-old became irate after a van was parked outside his home. While the crew was shooting the game show portion in front of the neighbor’s house, Barron allegedly opened fire.

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