Eventually, they plan to go to school together to become child-care workers.
Young argues that it’s probably safer to get to know a convict than to meet someone at a bar or on standard dating websites.
1 boasts about his “bad-boy body and sweet-guy attitude” and Bachelor No.
2 wants a woman to join him as he closes a dark chapter from his past. 3, meanwhile, says he can’t be available for a first date for awhile — at least not before 2021.
The site’s founder says several prisoners have asked her to remove their bios because they have already found that special someone.The newly released ex-cons will also face the challenges of reentering into society, including strict parole regulations, difficulties landing a job, and, of course, judgment from family and friends.The love “jailbirds” include: Johnna and Garrett, from Tampa, Florida.Melissa says most of the profiled prisoners heard about the website through word of mouth and inmate committees. S., credits the website for introducing her to a convicted bank robber she hopes to marry one day.They mailed her a blurb, photos of themselves and a annual membership fee. “I would marry him because I love him and I see him having a really good future now,” said Young, whose sweetheart, Steve Mehlenbacher, is serving his fourth federal sentence after a total of 16 bank-heist convictions.