2.In an interview, Walter White told Vice that he started making meth part-time while doing construction to earn extra money for his family. But eventually, he was making so much money cooking meth that he turned it into his full-time job.
4. But just like his fictional counterpart of the same name, law enforcement eventually caught up with White. After violating his probation, White was put on the top of the most-wanted list, wanted on $2 million bond.
7. White still might face prison time, but he has a positive outlook on what’s ahead. “If I have to go to prison, I won’t be hurting anybody but myself this time. It’s just me answering up to the things I’ve done.”
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