Actor LANE GARRISON has spoken out about his recent prison hell, revealing he was forced to live in squalid conditions in solitary confinement.
The former Prison Break star was jailed in 2007 after pleading guilty to vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving for a December, 2006 car crash that claimed the life of a 17 year old.
Released last year (09), Garrison has spoken little about his 22 months behind bars in 18 different prisons, but now reveals it was a hell of intense heat, bugs, rats and time alone.
He tells In Touch magazine, "In Chino prison in Northern California, I was in solitary confinement for three weeks in a 104-degree cell infested with rats and roaches.
"The only time I had contact with the outside world was when I got my meals through a slot. I didn't do anything to warrant solitary, but that's just where they put me."