Angele on ’60 Days In’ Risks the Program With Inmate Gabrielle

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On this season of 60 Days In, writer and poet Angele goes undercover as an inmate in Fulton County jail. Angele, who is a lesbian, strikes up a romantic relationship with fellow inmate Gabrielle. The two engage in sexual activity together and are considered an item.

Upon entering the jail, Angele received a ton of attention, based on her good looks and masculine energy. She made friends and earned respect quickly. As time went on, Angele began to participate in illegal activity like doing drugs. Angele truly began to take on the identity of an inmate.

As Angele got closer to girlfriend Gabrielle, producers began to wonder if she had revealed her true identity to Gabrielle. In one of her interviews with production, Angele implied that she had, indeed, let Gabrielle in on her secret. With Angele revealing this information, it puts the program in jeopardy, along with the other inmates inside the jail. Tonight’s episode is titled “Cover Blown” and the official Xfinity synopsis reads, “A participant gets removed from the program after intentionally breaking their cover with an inmate; Stephanie fears that Gabrielle will not keep a secret; Alan tries to buy meth.”

Growing up, Angele was raised in a tough neighborhood and some of her friends were in and out of jail. Angele told A&E that her mother inspired her to make something of herself. She went to college on a full-ride scholarship and today, she is an aspiring writer. Through being on the show, Angele has said that she hopes to understand what her friends have gone through over the years. Unfortunately, with her actions going against what Colonel Adger has set out to achieve, it’s hard to say what inside information Angele would have been able to provide.

Because of Angele’s actions, her girlfriend Gabrielle ended up spilling the beans on Angele’s true identity to the rest of the pod, which put a target on Stephanie’s back. This soon became known to the higher ups at the jail and Adger let Angele that because of her blowing her cover, he was forced to end the entire program. This appeared to shock her and at first, she couldn’t believe Gabrielle would divulge her secret to others. On the remaining two episodes, Adger attempts to pull out the other undercover participants, as suspicions start to be raised.

As tonight’s episode aired, Angele took to Instagram and welcomed haters to criticize her. She wrote, “In the end we are all experiments. We live and we will die. Spend your time trying to love more. Rather than judge.” She then added, “Bring all the hate messages and all the hate comments … I’ve always been fueled off of hate and pain … So for all the trolls you are giving me power. So I must thank you. I embrace hate just as much as I embrace love. Either way it goes every nasty message I get means I’m on your minds. Keep me there. I’m enjoying this. I truly am.”

Following the finale episode, there will also be a reunion episode. For those who would like to watch 60 Days In, but you do not have cable or cannot get to a television, you can watch a live stream of the A&E network online, on your phone or via another streaming device on one of the following cable-free, live-TV streaming services. They all come with a free trial, allowing you can watch tonight’s show for free:

FuboTV: A&E is included in the “Fubo Premier” channel package, which costs $19.99 each month for the first two months and $39.99 each month after that. Sign up for a free 7-day trial right here, and you can watch A&E on your computer via Fubo’s website, and on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the FuboTV app.

DirecTV Now: A&E is included in all four of DirecTV Now’s base channel packages, which range from $35 to $70 per month. You have the option of signing up for a free 7-day trial no matter which package you choose, and you can watch on your computer via the DirecTV Now website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the DirecTV Now app.

Sling TV: A&E is included in the “Sling Orange” and “Sling Blue” channel packages, which cost $20 and $25 per month. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial, and watch it on your computer via the Sling website, or by using your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app.

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