Prison is a tough place and it can breed tough people. Lashonda, who is for 10 years on a check fraud charge, is full of spit and vinegar. But at the same time, she seems passionate about reaching out to the troubled teens on "Beyond Scared Straight" (Thu., 10:30 p.m. EST on A&E).
If there was any question as to whether or not the inmates were putting on more of a performance with their speeches to the kids, Lashonda set the record straight. On the Dec. 29 episode, she was in the faces of those kids, letting them know that none of them are as bad as they think they are.
But, Lashonda had the same disdain and anger towards the camera crew filming.
She threatened them a few times for being too close to her face, and finally ,she snapped, forgetting the kids altogether. At that point, the guards escorted her -- still yelling at the camera crew -- out of the room while the kids looked on in confusion.
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