With the latest series of Orange Is The New Black binged-and-gone by many, viewers are lapping up all the further details about the show they can find.
So it’s little surprise that a Vanity Fair article from 2014 has recently resurfaced in which the real-life Alex Vause spoke about the things the award-winning TV show got very wrong.
And there’s one major discrepancy Catherine Cleary Wolters is keen to clear up.
"We [her and Piper Kerman, whose book inspired the show] did not have sex in prison. Not even a little bit," she told the magazine in an exclusive interview.
It's a major bombshell given how much the characters' relationship drove the early seasons of the show.
It gets bigger - According to Wolters, she and the real life Piper, Piper Kerman, were actually only in the same prison facility for five weeks when the pair were in a Chicago detention centre to testify against a co-conspirator in their case.
Listen: The Binge debriefs about OITNB. (Post continues after audio.)
She says that when they were shackled together on the flight there, Kerman refused to even speak to her. Not exactly a feature of great romance.
"We were ghosts of the humans we had once been, milling about amongst hundreds of other human ghosts, shackled and chained, prodded through transport centers at gunpoint, moved through holding facilities," Wolters told the magazine.