Tom Miller of Dr. Prison, a consulting service that coaches convicts on how to behave behind bars, says Spectors old age and scrawny looks could make him a running joke in prison.
No one will be intimidated by his frail build, so pumping iron during his 19-year prison stay should be a daily priority for Spector.
The 69-year-old should also align himself with prisoners his own age since young, rowdy inmates wholl likely call him Pops could attempt to take advantage and extort money from him.
But an upside to Spectors age is that he probably wont get beat up too much, since fighting an old guy in jail is looked down upon.
Spector should, however, worry about anxiety and depression in the slammer since hell no longer be living in his ritzy fantasy world.
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