HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A former Connecticut prison inmate has filed a lawsuit alleging she hasn’t been paid for her contribution to a new book by author Wally Lamb and accusing Lamb of harassing and intimidating her when she sought compensation.
Chandra Bozelko, of Orange, Connecticut, says in a state lawsuit filed last week that she wrote an essay Lamb included in a compilation of writings by women inmates. The book, which is in advance release publication and set for formal release next year, is titled “You Don’t Know Me: The Incarcerated Women of York Prison Voice Their Truths.”
Bozelko, who served more than six years in prison for identity theft and other crimes, says Lamb promised inmates $1,400 apiece for their writings but she hasn’t been paid.
Lamb’s lawyer declined to comment Wednesday.
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