''I Go To Bible Study...''
6:00AM ET July 25th, 2012
Contributor : Erica Moore
A Rocky Williform Company
Kat Stacks has been in jail since November 2010, and the woman that became famous as a scandalous supergroupie says that she's changed her ways. In a lengthy statement about her current state of mind, Kat says that she's burying the "Kat Stacks" persona and changing her ways.
"I decided to let the whole Kat Stacks name go, so when I’m outside, it’s not, 'It’s Kat Stacks, b—h!'" she says. "I wanted to come outside and be different. I left it at that @AdmireAndrea and I told the judge that I’m gonna let go of the Kat Stacks thing, but he didn’t listen."
"I haven’t even see my son walk for the first time or talk for the first time or anything," she continued. "The only time I see him is behind bulletproof glass every two to three weeks. It’s hard seeing my son out there. He thinks my mother is his mother. The judge is heartless. He knows that and doesn’t care. He just wants to judge me for the WorldStar videos. I told them I’m not going to do that anymore. I told them I changed and I want to be a mother. I never finished the seventh grade. I asked them to give me a second chance to make my life right. I came to jail when I was 20 years [old]. I told them I changed, I go to weekly therapy, I take my medication, I go to bible study. I told them I’m trying to do right. I even had a woman from a sex trafficking organization tell me that I could join the organization when I get out of here and get the help that I need to be a better person. He just doesn’t want to listen. He doesn’t care about evidence or anything."
"Well, back then, just like my psychologist said…I suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder because of what happened in my childhood and that’s what started the whole Kat Stacks character," she says. "Now, that my head is right and I know better now, things have changed. I was young then. Everybody deserves a second chance and the government won’t give it to me. It’s not right. People will see a different side now. If they’re going to persecute me for being Kat Stacks then they should persecute rappers for their lyrics and what they do in the videos."