Q: Where are you from?
A: I'm from Alabama, sir. I'm from the great county of Lawrence.

Q: What city?
A: I don't really want to divulge that because then people back in my hometown are going to be like, "Oh my God..."

Q: When did you leave?
A: Well, I joined the military because I have a sense of adventure. I'm a very adventure-oriented person.

Q: How long were you in the military?
A: I was in it for 2 years but I got in trouble. I don't really want to get into it.

Q: Did you get deployed?
A: Uh, no. Was supposed to, but I didn't want to go. So because it was on a voluntary basis, I was like, "I'm gettin' out." It was the Marine Corps. The thrillers and killers. I was about 21 when I joined. I'm 25 now.

Q: How'd you get out of it?
A: I just didn't want to go. I told my commanding officer I didn't want to be a Marine anymore and he was like, 'Okay, we'll file your paperwork." I didn't get benefits or anything, but I got out.

Q: Did you get an honorable discharge?
A: No, I got "other than honorable." It's middle ground. But it's not like I failed. I kind of screwed up—I don't want to divulge anymore.

Q: Where'd you go after that?
A: I went back home to Alabama. There wasn't much goin' on there. I went back, grandma and grandpa were still living next to us, Daddy was still working at the paper mill. I knew as soon as I got back there wasn't any opportunity there.

Q: What were you doing before the military?
A: I was going to college at the University of North Alabama. I studied political science with international relations. I just got sick of college life. That wasn't for me.

Q: Does your father know you're out here?
A: Well, yeah, but he doesn't know what's going on down here. I don't know if he'll be surprised, disappointed, angry, upset, proud, or—I don't really know. But that's my choice, you know? It doesn't bother me. What I'm doing is perfectly normal.

Q: How'd you decide on California?
A: Because I was reading a book—How To Make Love Like a Porn Star by Jenna Jameson. Yeah, I was reading that book and I thought, "Hey, I want to do that. I'm a talented that way. I can hack that." And here I am. It's funny how things work out.

Q: How'd you get to California from Alabama?
A: I drove my car. A '98 Honda Civic. I was literally living out of the back of my car. I went to food drives and stuff to get food. It was very depressing, because I was like, 'What the hell have I got myself into?' I was literally a starving artist in the truest sense of the word.