Jeremy London speaks to Radar in his first interview since his alleged kidnapping and night of drug-fueled terror at the hands of his captors in his own vehicle.
He doesn't really shed any more light on what happened that night, but stands by his "nightmare" story.
"This actually did happen to me. It was one of the worst days of my life," Jeremy said, from inside his car of all places. "I thought I was going to die. Thank God I made it out alive."
Jeremy talks about how mad he is at his twin brother, Jason, and mother--who he has since slapped with cease-and-desist orders-- for saying he lied on national television. He's especially angry at Jason's fiancee Sophia Karstens, who told police "the most outrageous lies you've ever heard in your whole life" about how the police were trying to arrest Jeremy and his wife.
"They told a bunch of lies saying this never happened," he said. "I haven't even seen them in six months. They have no idea what's going on."
Jeremy also expresses appreciation to the few who have never doubted him.
"I want to say thank you to everyone who's been supportive of me through this whole process," he said.
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