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“I didn't really want to mirror my book after anyone else.
And I feel like the one thing I didn't want to do was make my book corny.
Growing up as a little person was never easy for Jolé, who reveals that she was once excluded from a high school show choir group because of her short stature.
In fact, her struggles with discrimination based on her size didn’t end once she reached adulthood or Hollywood.
Jolé appeared on the third season of the hit docu-series after seeing a post on a Little People of America listserv that said the show was casting.
“They were looking for little people with unusual jobs, or who were considering limb-lengthening surgery, or who worked in the entertainment industry.
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.
In fact, we left a lot of stories out,” Jolé shares with ET in an exclusive interview about the book, joking that she thought fans knew everything about her too. It's not like what a producer may interpret as you,” she explains.
“There are tons and tons of stories that I have not shared with anyone.” While she is used to being very open about her life on television, there’s a big difference with sharing her story in print. “[A book] is one hundred percent your thoughts and it's just there.” EXCLUSIVE: 'Little Women: LA' Star Terra Jole Opens Up About Cancer Scare: 'It's Definitely a Hard Thing'The Dancing With the Stars alum began work on the book while competing on the dancing show.
EXCLUSIVE: Terra Jole Defends Her Decision to Do 'Dancing With the Stars' on 'Little Women: LA'4.
She talks dating as a LP and why she and husband Joe got engaged twice.