In his first televised interview since the 2010 accident that claimed four lives and left two others brain damaged, Jub Jub opened up to Morning Live about life after prison.
“This is something that I will have to live with for the rest of my life, knowing that there’s four kids that passed on and two that are brain damaged,” he admitted remorsefully. “It’s something that will forever stick with me for the rest of my life. It doesn’t make me feel good.”
On his four years in prison, Jub Jub remembered it as being “everything that you think and more. So there’s nothing good, nothing nice about prison at all.” His time behind bars changed him too. “It really sharpened my character. It broke me down. At times I found it really hard to really cope.”
Like all high-profile incarcerations, Jub Jub has had to deal with preferential treatment rumours. He shot those down saying, “Prison doesn’t care whether you Jub Jub or not. Prison is to get you in line, to rehabilitate you and to straighten you out. It’s true punishment and that’s what it is.”
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