One of the biggest challenges that a convicted felon faces once released is trying to find gainful employment. For almost half of the cast of WE tv’s Love After Lockup: Life After Lockup, that problem was overcome thanks to the welcoming arms of reality TV producers and viewers! But, just how “gainfully” employed are the convicted felons on the show? In other words, how much do they get paid? We have the answer!
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Love After Lockup and Life After Lockup star Scott Davey is looking to capitalize on the fame and exposure from being on the show by launching his own product line. But, instead of something predictable like “Prison Sugar Daddy” t-shirts, hair darkening pomade, or novelty rubber checks that bounce every time, Scott has decided to go with the “sell what you love” mantra with his own line of women’s swimwear. Unfortunately, he was forced to announce the business venture a bit prematurely thanks to a small scandal involving a potential model for the line.
WE tv announced last month that they would be bringing back some familiar faces from reality television’s guiltiest pleasure for a new spin-off series titled Love After Lockup: Life After Lockup. The new series is set to premiere in less than a month, and moments ago the network shared the first extended preview trailer!
Sharp Productions looks to be following the successful formula from their extremely popular 90 Day Fiance franchise as the production company will be launching a Happily Ever After type spin-off of their prison romance reality series Love After Lockup!
The Love After Lockup Season 2 finale had a lot of huge surprises, but perhaps none any bigger than Lizzie’s prison sugar daddy Scott Davey moving on with a woman named Jasmine that seemed smart, funny, and really into Scott! Unfortunately, it looks as though Scott was just getting played again — perhaps even worse than he was with Lizzie.