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Jolé opens up about her first love and first major heartbreak at 18, falling for an average-height boy named Sam.

“Turns out that there’s not a lot of mainstream work in Hollywood for four-foot-two blondes with dwarfism, no matter how talented you are,” she writes.“Funnily enough, I’m actually too tall for a little person in the entertainment industry.Then nothing, until I came to in my car somewhere around am.I was parked at a meter, puking my guts out, and a cop was asking me if I was okay.” After spending a memorable night in jail, Jolé says her license was suspended, she was ordered to pay ,000 in fines, she attended mandatory AA meetings and sobriety classes and she had to complete 30 hours of community service.“The truth is, once we kissed he could never quite make the leap to the two of us going out on our own together in public,” she writes.

“He insisted he wanted us to be together, but then he would backpedal and say things like, “I feel like I’d be holding my daughter’s hand instead of my girlfriend’s,' which made me feel insecure, like he didn’t think I was good enough.” Jolé reveals that she even considered limb-lengthening surgery because the rejection she felt was so painful, but eventually she made the decision to walk away from the relationship.“There are actually quite a few moments in [the book] that I'm very embarrassed about.But I feel like they're growing experiences and I feel like, if you share these moments with other people, they'll know how you overcame them and, hopefully, if they experience them as well, they’ll have a solution.” She writes of the arrest, “The last thing I remember clearly is being at the wrap party feeling fun and carefree as I danced the night away with the cast and crew.She reveals her DUI arrest and opens up about spending a night in jail.Jolé writes that she was arrested for a DUI after drinking too much champagne at the wrap party for Jackass 3D.She spent at least three hours a day writing and reminiscing about her journey, from growing up as a little person (or LP, as she writes in the book) in Texas to living out her dream “Finding the time was definitely super difficult, but I feel like telling the stories was even harder,” Jolé says of juggling DWTS, motherhood and writing the book.