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Out of Orange by Cleary WoltersThe real-life Alex Vause from the critically acclaimed, top-rated Netflix show Orange Is the New Black tells her story in her own words for the first time--a powerful, surprising memoir about crime and punishment, friendship and marriage, and a life caught in the ruinous drug trade and beyond.
Fans nationwide have fallen in love with Orange Is the New Black, the critically acclaimed and wildly popular Netflix show based on Piper Kermans sensational #1 New York Times bestseller. Now, Catherine Cleary Wolters--the inspiration for Alex Vause, Pipers ex-girlfriend, friend, and sometimes-romantic partner on the show--tells her true story, offering details and insights that fill in the blanks, set the record straight, and answer common fan questions.
An insightful, frustrating, heartbreaking, and uplifting analysis of crime and punishment in our times, Out of Orange is an intimate look at international drug crime--a seemingly glamorous lifestyle that dazzles unsuspecting young women and eventually leads them to the seedy world of prison. Told by a woman originally thrust into the spotlight without her permission--Wolters learned about Pipers memoir in the media--Out of Orange chronicles Wolters time in the drug trade, her incarceration, her friendships and acquaintances with odd cellmates, her two marriages, and her complicated relationship with Piper. But Wolters is not solely defined by her past; she also reflects on her life and the person she is today.
Filled with colorful characters, fascinating tales, painful sobering lessons, and hard-earned wisdom, Out of Orange is sure to be provocative, entertaining, and ultimately inspiring.
How Orange Is the New Black Is Different From the True Story
Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. Since Orange is the New Black debuted on Netflix in and Piper Kerman's book on which the series is based on was published in audiences have only gotten one side of the story regarding the relationship between Piper Chapman and Alex Vause. Now, for the first time, the real-life Alex is speaking out about what she says really happened. Despite what the Netflix series would have us believe, Wolters said that she and Kerman never had sex in prison. The only time the two were ever in the same facility was during a five-week stint in Chicago when they were both there to testify against a co-conspirator in their case. On the flight there, the two were seated together, and Wolters said Kerman refused to speak to her at all.
We did not have sex in prison, the year-old ex-felon says of her relationship with Piper Kerman, on whose book the show is based.
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Cleary Wolters wants viewers of the Netflix series to know: The character is her, but she's not the villain in Piper's life. Now Wolters, 52, is telling her own side of the story. Her memoir, Out of Orange , explains how she unwittingly became a drug mule and then grew too scared to get out. It sounded James Bond-y. After she discovered the truth, Wolters says, she was already in over her head and went along with it. But back home, she confessed her role and anxiety to Kerman, who would later join Wolters as a travel companion, then as a cash courier. But I met a lot of people in that period of time that had nothing to do with what I was doing.