Written By Bradley J. Berger on Tuesday, June 4, 2013 | 10:56 PM
"I didn't even have to think about it. The Bunny Ranch was the only place to spend that kind of dough. As soon as that check cleared I drove straight there. I didn't even pack a toothbrush. I dreamed about that day since I was a little boy," said Newman. "Believe me, I made Charlie Sheen look like a helpless amateur."
Proud of his accomplishments, Newman holds a picture of himself the day he won the Lottery. After a year at the Bunny Ranch, he looks like a shell of his former self. In the picture he looks young and full of life. Now, his eyes are glazed over and sunk deep into his frail looking skull. His face is pale except for the dark, black rings under his eyes. His once dark and full hair is thinning and greying around the edges. His nostrils are red and swollen, showing the obvious signs of strenuous drug use. At only 28, he looks like he's well into his 50's. Regardless of his health, Newman says he has no regrets.
"To be completely honest. I have no idea how I'm still alive. I just figured my body or heart would give out at some point. Between the excessive drugs, sex and only sleeping a few hours a week I'm surprised I lasted a month. I really hope I don't have AIDS.
"But do I regret it? I performed every imaginable sex act. Even the most deeply disturbed pervert couldn't imagine the things I did while I was locked in that place. You name it and I probably had sex with it, came on it, got jerked off by it or had it inserted into me. I've lived out the dreams of every man walking this planet. Tell me, would you regret that?"
Newman is sad his time at the ranch was cut short. He says he plans on winning the lottery again someday as he feels he still has unfinished business at the ranch. He says that he hopes he can win an even larger pot and really live out the party he's always dreamed of.
"I'd still be there if I didn't run out of money. I was shocked when my card was declined. I really have no idea how I'm going to pay that last three grand. I should probably go back and check my bank statement. I'm pretty sure they were over charging me."