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I'm not going to do a book called I May Be Little, But I Am Fierce,” she says with a laugh.
To make sure the book fully reflected her vision, the reality star had to fight to make it happen.
Then nothing, until I came to in my car somewhere around am.
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.
“Funnily enough, I’m actually too tall for a little person in the entertainment industry.
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.
In August 2001, Jolé packed her belongings into her car and drove the 1,200 miles to LA with only 0 in savings.
“They followed me out to LA, where they filmed my early struggles to find work; to this day, people still recognize me from that episode.” Another fun fact about her time on True Life – that’s how Jolé met former Little Women: LA cast member Traci Harrison Tsou. She is proud to be four-foot-two now, but she used to lie about her height – and say she was shorter.
“I actually had a lot of arguments with a lot of people regarding that because they felt like the book wasn't going to sell with this title [Fierce at Four Foot Two].