David Christian

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Character
David Christian
Appearances GTA V
Full Name David Christian
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Male
Nationality American
Home Los Santos
Main Affiliations Daily Rag (employer)
Occupation News reporter

David Christian is a character in the HD Universe who is mentioned in Grand Theft Auto V.

Character history

David Christian is, in 2013, a news reporter for the Daily Rag newspaper.

News articles

Rash of ATM robberies.


After Complications
Citizens and visitors to Los Santos are being warned to stay on the alert after a spate of violent robberies at ATMs across the city. The LSPD is urging people to scan the surrounding area for suspicious characters before approaching an ATM. "We certainly do not want to encourage profiling," said police spokesman Lee Whitless, "but we would advise people to use cautious prejudice; you know, hide it behind a smile, the liberal way."


Stilt house collapses in Vinewood Hills


After Marriage Counseling
One of the famous hillside stilt houses of Vinewood came crashing down to earth yesterday in an incident that has police claiming foul play. The house, which is registered to a Mexican holding company, fell down the hillside. Some eyewitness repors claim they felt some kind of local earthquake, while others said they saw two men trying to pull the house down. Insurance investigators have been at the site since this morning trying to figure out what happened. On told us "we will figure out what happened." Stilt houses, mostly built in the late 1950s and 1960s have been popular stops on Los Santos architecture tours, and this home, designed and built by legendary émigré architect Tueton for his Finnish movie star mistress, was considered a particularly fine speciment. Rebuilding costs are estimated at between one and three million dollars.


Your phone is killing your love life.


After Vinewood Souvenirs - The Last Act
You see a pic of her online. She is irresistible. You begin sending messages. Pretty soon you're stopping what you are doing at work to check if she's sent a message. Your phone beeps. Thrilled, you check it. You sigh in despair. It's a message from your current significant other – nagging you about something irrelevant. Your heart dies. Many experts say that your phone is killing your love life. Instead of anticipating returning home, men are barraged by messages from their spouse, pushing them to the point of infidelity. A new initiative sponsored by Whiz Wireless encourages men to have a "good boy phone" for their wife or girlfriend and a "naughty boy phone" for things that actually make them happy.