Love after being locked up is & # 39; FAKE & # 39 ;; Accused of & # 39; ACTOR & # 39; to have employed for the brand new season !! (Particulars)
Love After Lockup is one of the highest rated reality shows on TV. But MTO News has received evidence that the show may be a lot less "real" than the network would lead you to believe.
The show reportedly hired "actors" to play roles on the alleged "reality show".
One of the biggest storylines in the new season of Life After Lockup is Michael Simmons meeting Sarah Simmons new boyfriend Malcolm Woolridge. Well, MTO News has confirmed that Malcolm is a paid actor.
Michael and Sarah Simmons recently split – and the two are trying to find a way to become parents together
In the new season Sarah has a new "boyfriend" Malcolm. In an exciting scene from the coming season, Michael shows up at Sarah's home unannounced to play with his daughters. In the meantime, Malcolm Woolridge was with Sarah with her (he supposedly lives there) and the two men eventually meet in the latest episode of Life After Lockup.
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The conversation between the men is tense in new episodes. But MTO News hears reports that the whole drama was fake.
How do we know? Well, MTO News confirmed that Life After Lockup's personality, Malcolm Woolridge, is listing himself as an actor on their Facebook page. And on the Facebook page of Malcolm's mother in early October, she talked about her son's “new project”.
She also used phrases like "rapper", "singer" and "actor" when talking about his new appearance.
WEtv plays up the angles of the love triangle on both Life After Lockup and the flagship franchise, so they faked it this season /
Sarah Simmons said she met Malcolm Woolridge online. And that the couple understood really well.
But according to their last IG contribution, the two already broke up – right after filming stopped: