Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett - Part 4, Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 35 Summary

Little Mel is Jamel's son. His mother, Cassandra visits Jamel in prison at first, but soon has another boyfriend and is pregnant with a second child. She does not tell Jamel right away. When she finally tells him over the phone, he yells and screams at her. Still, she has to see him now he is out of prison. She flies from Florida to New York with Little Mel (four years old) and her daughter (nearly a year old). Not long after she arrives, a verbal argument breaks out between her and Jamel. She throws a phone at him and he proceeds to hit her in the face. She pretends to call the police, he hits her some more and she ends up in the hospital where her mother tries to get her to press charges. She will not.

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