Levi Gammons fell in love. He had a comfortable life in Florida as a professional counselor with a surfing hobby, but he gave that up to move to Virginia to live with his new bride. Unfortunately, things didn't work out so well. She turned on him. She decided there was no way she could stay married to a transman. So she abandoned him.
Not only that, but Levi was arrested in Lynchburg, home of Jerry Falwell and Liberty University, and charged with felony forgery for putting an M on his marriage certificate. Bear in mind this was a transman who had been on testosterone for a dozen years.
Levi pled nolo contendere in exchange for having a five year sentence suspended to one year, to be spent entirely in solitary confinement in state prison. He has had no access to the library or any programs that would prepare him for adjustment after his release. Moreover he is not eligible to participate in any re-entry program because he is transgender. All half-way houses are single-sex and they will not allow him to live in either s men's or a women's facility. So Levi will be released at the end on September with no home, no money, no job, no local friends and no family (his parents are both deceased and he has no siblings).