I was a very, very lost, very empty person,' Koppenhaver said in his statement. Koppenhaver said he would stand in front of a mirror and smash his face into his fists until his face was swollen.'Smashing my face was like a sick form of therapy.
'And to top it off, something's not right with my head. It was the only thing I could do to prevent myself from killing myself,' War Machine said.
He added that he had traded in his old 'false' life for his 'real' one behind bars.
That's 100 per cent true,' Koppenhaver said in a statement.
Mack, whose full name is Christine Mackinday, fought through tears when she told District Judge Elissa Cadish that she still fears for her life if Koppenhaver were to leave prison.'I do know when he gets out, he will kill me,' she said while delivering her victim-impact statement.
But in his statement, he said he regrets everything. Half the time, I don't know why I do some the things I do.
'Not a day goes by that I don't seriously regret all those things that I did. And some of the times I do things and I don't even feel like I did them until it's already done.'The California native blamed anxiety, depression and self pity for his problems.
One day, when enough time has passed, and when your wounds are fully healed, I hope that you will write to me, or, perhaps, even visit me, so that I can apologize completely, and so that I can tell you about all that I have found in regard to god...
I will never cease to pray for you,' he wrote in the [email protected] - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a judge today sentenced Daylon Pierce to 15.75 years in prison for preying on women in an online dating scam.Pierce was sentenced after pleading guilty to two counts of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices.Koppenhaver had 'dabbled' in working in pornography by the time they met.They began dating a short time after, and in January 2014 they appeared nude together in the magazine, Hustler.A Nevada judge sentenced former MMA fighter War Machine (above on Monday) to life in prison with the possibility of parole after he was convicted of kidnapping and sexually assaulting his porn star ex-girlfriend Christy Mack While giving a statement during court on Monday, the 35-year-old (above on Monday) discussed his troubled past and referred to the late Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL player who committed suicide in a Massachusetts prison in April Mack (above right on Monday after giving her victim-impact statement) fought through tears when she told District Judge Elissa Cadish that she still fears for her life if Koppenhaver were to leave prison.