WE tv’s Love After Lockup is not only giving viewers insight into the success rate of relationships formed while one partner is in in prison, the show is also shining a light on the effect that being in a romantic relationship upon release has on recidivism. In our latest installment of Love After Lockup convict updates, we tackle the fourth season of the show, revealing which inmates have landed back behind bars and which ones have remained out of legal trouble.
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On the current season of Love After Lockup: Life After Lockup, former girlfriends Puppy and Amber have gone their separate ways with each of them entering into a relationship with a male ex-con. We previously profiled Amber’s boyfriend Sammy, and now we’re moving on to Puppy’s boo Eric. Keep reading to check out Eric’s criminal history, which includes a 2018 drug bust… with his wife?!
Love After Lockup and Life After Lockup star Amber Eggers has left behind her bunkie bae Puppy in favor of another ex-con, her ex-boyfriend Sammy. After Amber revealed that Sammy has been in and out of prison numerous times, we decided to follow up and get the scoop on Sammy’s criminal history. HOLY WOW! Amber WAS NOT KIDDING! Keep reading for Sammy’s startling arrest history!
Former Love After Lockup star Maurice Gipson loves to boast online about his fantastic new life with his reportedly pregnant new boo Mandy. But, things may not be all that peachy as the reality star was recently arrested and is currently facing a shoplifting charge.
It appears that Love After Lockup and Life After Lockup star Shawn Osborne’s attempt to date every incarcerated white female felon in the United States between the ages of 25 and 30 has come to an abrupt stop. At least for now.
On the current season of Love after Lockup: Life After Lockup, Brittany Santiago is attempting to open a substance abuse treatment center with a group of other investors. However, the project looks to be completely derailed after the group’s business partner, former drug addict Robert, allegedly took more than $80,000 of the investors’ money — including nearly $8,000 invested by Brittany and Marcelino. Keep reading to get details on the $8,000 civil suit filed against Robert in April, plus an update on Brittany’s halfway house!
The Love After Lockupiverse is expanding! Sharp Entertainment is following the blueprint from their successful 90 Day Fiance franchise expansion and applying it to their prison romance series on WE tv. Love After Lockup has already launched the spin-off Life After Lockup, and they have just announced Love During Lockup, which will focus on the prison romances while the inmates are still incarcerated.
Love After Lockup convict Doug is back behind bars facing multiple felony charges and decades more prison time. However, Doug isn’t about to let some steel bars prevent him from continuing to have a negative impact on his son’s life. According to his sister Ashley, Doug and others are trying to take custody of Dougie away from Rachel, who gained legal custody of him after Doug was arrested. If that happens, Ashley says the likely result is that Dougie would be placed in foster care.
It appears that the relationship between Love After Lockup multi-millionaire Stan Smith and his sex fetish prison bae Lisa has ended. Either that, or they have welcomed a male convict to participate in their risque basement games. Keep reading to meet Lisa’s new man Todd, a convicted felon with quite the collection of tattoos.
Starcasm readers should be aware of the fact that fan favorite Love After Lockup star Rachel has a biological son that was not featured on the show as we included some information about that in our initial profile post on her and Doug. However, many of Rachel’s Instagram followers were shocked when she posted a couple photos of Dougie and her biological son on Instagram earlier today.
We’re continuing our series of articles documenting which Love After Lockup convicts have managed to stay out of jail, and which ones haven’t. In our previous post we covered the first two seasons of the show, which included a total of ten ex-con cast members. We pick up here with the third season of the show, which introduced six new convicts — eight if you count Amber’s bunkie boo Puppy and Lacey’s bad boy side piece John.
Hide yo kids! Hide yo husband! Love After Lockup heart (and car) stealer Destinie Folsom is a free woman again!