Lane Garrison wants to go back to prison to continue mentoring program
Former “Prison Break” actor Lane Garrison wants to go back to jail just days after he was released on bail. He says to wants to be able to continue his mentoring program with other offenders.
As previous reports have stated, Lane Garrison was arrested back in April 22 for misdemeanor domestic violence due to allegations that he had a violent argument with his ex-girlfriend, Playboy Playmate Ashley Mattingly at her home in Beverly Hills, California. The actor was released on Friday after he posted a $50,000 bond, but he’s already making plans of heading back to jail as a civilian.
When he was in jail, Lane Garrison had been giving his fellow inmates acting classes, and now that he has been released, he wants to go back to continue with his good deeds.
Speaking to media outlet TMZ after a court hearing, the actor said, “I also wanted to ask the judge about being a mentor. That’s an education program I was working on … music, movies, writing. There are so many talented artists in there that have no outlet.”
“I wanna continue being able to go in there in street clothes, not my blues (prison clothes), not in chains. So that was part of asking him, can I go back in there?” the “Prison Break” star added.
Lane Garrison is due to stand in trial this July for his misdemeanor domestic violence case.