MTV Star Says Suspected Aurora Shooter Called Him Before Movie Theater Massacre CBS
Diggity Dave, the star of MTV's "Pimp My Ride," said he believes the suspected Aurora theater shooter called him twice before the massacre, reports CBSLocal.com.
Diggity Dave told KNX 1070's Charles Feldman that a young man called him in June and identified himself as "James Holmes," the story says. The man wanted to talk about Dave’s movie, "The Suffocator of Sins," which the story says is a takeoff on the Batman movie.
The caller claimed to have watched the trailer more than 100 times and was upset that the movie's character didn't use larger guns, Dave said. Holmes is accused of fatally shooting 12 people and wounding 58 others during a showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" on July 20.
“He would tell me what he really liked about the trailer. He kept pressing if I could give him more information on the story. He wanted to know how many people Batman kills,” Dave said, according to the article. “He wanted to know if it was selective killing. Does he make a list of people he wants to kill or is it a mass body count?”