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Domac is a recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award from the Los Angeles Unified School District and the National Healthy School Hero Award for improving student nutrition and physical activity.
Domac is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and received a Masters in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University School of Law and is currently completing her Juris Doctorate.
After the film was released Furlong sued for his own emancipation, and he's been on his own since he was 14. At 15, Furlong took up with Jacqueline Domac, then 29, his on-set tutor. In May 1999, she sued Furlong, claiming he'd beaten her and withheld earned commissions. Domac was teaching sex education at Venice High School in Los Angeles.
After T2, Furlong performed in a string of little-seen indie movies, then landed in John Waters' Pecker, American History X, the startling meditation on American bigotry, and Detroit Rock City, an innovative teen comedy.
In 2006, he married Rachael Bella, and the couple's son, Ethan, was born later that year. In 2013 he went to rehab to avoid jail sentence for an arrest on domestic violence.
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Jacqueline Domac is a former teacher at Venice High School (California, U.
Furlong also released an album in 1992, called Hold on Tight.
He also has had some success as a singer, with a hit single and album called Hold on Tight, sold only in Japan.
Father: (unknown to Edward)Mother: Elenor Torres (youth counselor)Father: Moises Torres (stepfather, abandoned family, 1989)Girlfriend: Soleil Moon Frye (actress, dated early 1990s)Girlfriend: Jacqueline Domac (manager, dated 1993-1998)Girlfriend: Natasha Lyonne (actress, dated 1998-2000)Girlfriend: Paris Hilton (accidental pornstar, dated 2000)Girlfriend: Jolene Blalock (actress, ex-, dated 2001)Wife: Rachael Bella Kneeland (m.
She served as Chair of the Health Department, the Coordinator of the Linking Education, Activity and Food Grant, and as a Policy Consultant for the California Center for Public Health Advocacy.
As an educator, Domac is known for inspiring students to make responsible decisions regarding nutrition, physical activity, sexuality, drugs and other lifestyle choices.