According to the Milazzo, Zito gripped the bottle tighter as he attempted to grab it and refused to put it down.

After the show's cast mates were all seen disturbed by Schromm's actions, Schromm would later defend herself by claiming unawareness to blackface as a result of a sheltered childhood; this claim is questionable, however, considering Schromm brought up racism before presenting herself to the rest of the cast mates in blackface, at which point Nagakawa assured her that such actions would not be racist.

Schromm is, however, told the action is racist by Ty in the midst of taunting him, before continuing on with it.

) during "Real World: Las Vegas," Dustin's ability to talk comfortably about his ex-career has clearly evolved over time.

However, despite the strides he's taken in working through his demons (and the fact that D&H claimed to have moved past it after "Battle of the Exes") it's clearly still a sore spot for the couple.

He was later released after paying the $26,000 bond.

The Challenge: Battle of the Exes is the 22nd season of the MTV reality game show, The Challenge.Each team participates in numerous challenges (sometimes called "missions"), which are followed by an elimination round — "The Dome." The winning team of each challenge earns the title of "Power Couple," as well as immunity from entering The Dome, while the last-place finisher is automatically sent to The Dome.The "Power Couple" also earns the right of choosing the team that will face the last-place finisher in The Dome.The cast members who attended the reunion were Ty, Emily, Johnny, Camila, Dunbar, Paula, CT, Diem, Rachel, Aneesa, Robin, and Mark.During this season of The Challenge, former Real World D. cast mates Emily Schromm and Ty Ruff were partnered together.Season 3 of "Couples Therapy," featuring four former MTV stars, starts tonight at 10/9c on VH1, and while we're banking on series staples like intense therapy sessions, shouting matches and buckets of tears, we can't help but wonder what issues might come to light for Heather Marter, Dustin Zito, Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell.