Angie Vu is a former Playboy model. The Vietnamese woman has spent the last six months at Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn after she was arrested last November on parental kidnapping charges, just a day after losing custody of her child. She recently gave an interview from the prison which is so outrageous, you'll have a facepalm of a lifetime.
The is Angie Vu, a lingerie model who is pretty self-evident.
She was detained at the Kennedy airport for trying to flee with her daughter, illegally.
She is facing a parental abduction charge and is likely to have three years in prison.
But she certainly has other things to worry about, or so it seems from her interview.
She shares an open dorm with 100 female inmates.
She complains that there is no sunlight in the prison.
She said, "I have been under the harsh light 24/7 and turned pale. I need a good supply of Guerlain's skin moisturiser in here."
She thinks her torture is real. In her own words,
"I miss my Versace dresses and Louboutin heels. My nails are nicely trimmed but I'm dying to have some colours on them. The torture is real."
Since her imprisonment is not bailable, her problems have increased.
"We all buy this tiny piece of plastic but the images are distorted. I wish there should be at least one full-length mirror in here. I haven't looked at myself for months. It's cruel," she says.
Listen to her problems now.
"Last year became the dark year of my life. I had abandoned my jobs, my fans and pushed away all other fabulous hungry men and all the young sexy model boys that were chasing me."
And then she doesn't forget to speak about her child.
"I'm not supposed to be worried about anything. It gives me wrinkles. ... Do I feel ashamed for being here? The answer is no. I'm here for a great cause, for protecting my child. This injustice won't crash my spirit. I'm still rocking and rolling."
Some lesbians in the prison have been hitting on her.
Here is how she says it "A lot of lesbians around here and a few blondies are hitting on me. But I prefer to read my Bible for now."