George denies crying in prison

George Michael denies crying in his cell after being jailed for driving under the influence of drugs.

He said his biggest challenge during his 8 week sentence in Pentonville was the rock hard bed.

In his first interview since being freed in October, singer George, 47, said, “I didn’t feel sorry for myself. Stories of me crying are rubbish”.

He told Chris Evans, who’s a DJ on Radio 2 breakfast show in Pommie Land, that he was mobbed for autographs when he moved to the ‘soft’ Highpoint Prison in Suffolk. He still admits the conviction was “hugely shameful”.

by Milo Johnson


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