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When I reach her by way of some Googling and a update on the case, she says that I’m the first reporter she’s spoken to.Today, Wolters is thrilled to be free and dreams of life away from the confines of Ohio, where she has been on supervised release for five years, staying with her mother.
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.
Fact was, we all thought we were doing the right thing, confessing, getting protection, and saving ourselves from certain death at the hands of a Nigerian drug lord who we knew would soon find we had all been arrested.”All told, Wolters says she’s done almost 20 years either in prison or on parole for her involvement in the ring.
In fact, she only finished her last stint of supervised release on April 10, 2014.
The pair became friends around the time the Boston-raised Kerman graduated from Smith College, but stuck around town.
Both women ran in what Wolters calls “the same little Noho lesbian social circle.”“I was not Piper’s first, and I certainly did not seduce her,” Wolters says, contrary to the show’s first episode meet-cute, which gives way to the fictional Piper’s dalliance as a cash mule.