Lane Garrison is the dude from “Prison Break” that is in the clink for crashing his car while driving drunk. His teenage passenger died in the accident. Lane took time out from his busy prison schedule of being passed around to write a heartfelt letter to Access Hollywood. Hey, some people write letters to Jesus when they are trying to make good and some write letters to Billy Bush. Here’s what Lane wrote:
“Greetings and Happy New Year to you and everyone at Access Hollywood from Donovan State Prison. Never did I think I would be saying the words ‘happy & prison’ in the same sentence and not be on a set. It’s pure irony coming from the show and now living the real deal. It’s surreal and mind-blowing to say the least.”
“Just this past Monday they let a group of inmates watch the season premiere of Prison Break. It felt like an out of body experience as I stood around a crowd of tattooed felons watching Michael Scofield try to escape … all of us longing to be free as well!”
“This has been the hardest year of my life. I hope people, young and old, are learning from my mistakes and what can happen when you drink and drive. I have much to say about the pain I’ve felt and seen inside of prison. It has been eye-opening and a harrowing experience.”
I’m sure it’s an eye-opening experience! Usually when you’re getting a train ran up on you by a bunch of criminals, your eyes tend to want to pop out of your body. Been there, done that, have the cut on my ass lips to prove it. Lane never explains why the hell he’s writing to Access Hollywood? He must be trying to remain relevant which is funny since he never was relevant.