Christopher Dawes was never charged with rape, but a High Court judge ruled that there was 'overwhelming' evidence the 'predatory' multi-millionaire attacked hairdresser Amanda Lawson. He forced her to take crack cocaine and held her captive during three days of 'fear and degradation' at his hotel on the Channel Island of Alderney over Christmas Dawes was arrested at the time and charged with drug offences. Former model Miss Lawson, 42, is the first rape victim to successfully sue a dead man for compensation and her award is the highest ever payout for a rape victim. After her ordeal, she lost all interest in her hairdressing business and needed psychiatric treatment, counselling, and anti-depressants to help her cope. Her relationship with her boyfriend, whom she had once planned to marry, broke down.
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As Greg explains, he was considered by many to be a has-been. But, in Columbia producer Bob Johnston took Cash up on his long-time idea of recording at a prison. The singer had previously played shows in prisons, but had not recorded. He also went through a divorce, developed a drug problem, and seemed to be all but finished in the music industry. But one of Folsom's guest vocalists, June Carter-Cash, played a huge role in helping Johnny Cash get his life back on track. The location of the recording was a key factor to the album's success.
Howard and Cockrell formed the band while still in high school together, find a calling playing roots rock. This gained them media attention and earned them an invitation to play at the CMJ Music Marathon industry showcase in New York, a performance which was heavily praised by the press. In November , the band rose from relative obscurity to international stardom. The band has received several Grammy nominations for their work:
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