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Whereas Kerman has blanketed the news promoting first her book, published in 2010, and now the show, Wolters has been on the sideline.She’s watched on as events inspired by her own life have become the subject of marathon binge-watches the world over.
Most importantly, somewhere out there, she’s hoping to find love again. When I ask if she’s a fan of the show at all, Wolters offers a truly conflicted response.
On the whole, Wolters says that the true story would be “so wretched and stinky, it would quite possibly result in a collapsed universe.
So I guess it’s a good thing Piper and Jenji stick with the fun little tidbits.”The tale of the real-life Kerman and Wolters begins in Northampton, Massachusetts, in 1991.
“But that was after she had already done the deed that made her complicit.”“We weren't girlfriends,” Wolters adds for good measure. She spent 13 months in a Danbury, Connecticut, minimum-security prison beginning in 2004, an experience that formed the basis for .
Wolters, meanwhile, was charged with conspiracy to import heroin and served almost six years in a Dublin, California, prison before being paroled in 2008.