Pete Doherty and his prison diary

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This is another sketch taken from Pete Doherty’s prison diary. He was allowed tobacco but was given Subutex (a heroin replacement drug) to tackle his addiction while in Wormwood Scrubs. He did say there were ways of getting drugs inside, but he claimed the reports he took them were "complete rubbish". He was released last week. Read his first interview in this week’s issue.

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This is the official document which details Pete Doherty’s prison sentence, handed to him because he broke the rules of his probation. He spent 29 days inside Wormwood Scrubs but was released last week with a certificate proving that he’s clean from drugs. We got an exclusive interview with the Babyshambles man, read it in this week’s NME.

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A particularly sombre sketch taken from Pete Doherty’s prison diary. "This morning I thought of a lyric of mine from the song ‘Sedative’", he writes, "I felt a tear roll down my cheek and fought it to no avail." Pete spent 29 days in Wormwood Scrubs for breaking his probation, and was released last week. He went through a wave of emotions whilst inside. Read the full interview in this week’s issue.

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"I don’t think I’ve ever been healthier. I’m up for it. I just want to get back to my life, really." Pete was buzzing during his exclusive interview with NME following his release from prison last week. This sketch comes from his prison diary, which he kept as a way of dealing with being inside. Read the full interview in this week’s issue.

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This sketch from Pete’s prison diary shows the exercise yard from his cell window. The journal was given to NME exclusively after his release last week, and you can read the full interview in this week’s issue.

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Pete Doherty talks about wanting to speed up the clocks in this sketch taken from his prison diary. He spent a total of 29 days in Wormwood Scrubs and was released last week. He spoke exclusively to NME and the interview is only available in this week’s issue.

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"Dreamed of airports…film crews capturing me, buying dingers (syringes), skinhead in a Birmingham City shirt headbutting me…" – Pete’s dreams as described exclusively in this diary sketch, given to NME after his release from prison last week. Read the full interview in this week’s issue.

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"I don’t feel like I’ve got to score. I feel like just going for a walk" – Pete Doherty’s exclusive admission to NME following his release from prison last week (May 6), and as these pictures show, that’s exactly what he did. Pic: Adrian Hunter, fee donated to the CATO Trust, www.catotrust.com

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Pete Doherty celebrates being in a room without locks following his release from Wormwood Scrubs Prison last week (May 6). Read the first full, exclusive interview with the Babyshambles frontman in this week’s NME.
Pic: Adrian Hunter, fee donated to the CATO Trust, www.catotrust.com

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