09 January 2020 18:40
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On top of inhaling terrifying zombie drug spice in his documentary Welcome To HMP Belmarsh With Ross Kemp, the former EastEnders star caught up with Robison – although he had doubts about 'giving extremists a platform'. 'How have you enjoyed Belmarsh?' Ross asked, and not long after Robinson welled up. Robinson cried when Ross Kemp asked him how he was (Picture: ITV) Ross Kemp's documentary airs tonight (Picture: ITV) Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was released from Belmarsh on Friday 13 September 2019 having been jailed for filming defendants in a grooming trial and live-streaming it on Facebook. Welcome To HMP Belmarsh With Ross Kemp airs tonight at 9pm on ITV. MORE: Ross Kemp recalls horror of inhaling terrifying prison zombie drug Spice at HMP Belmarsh: 'I couldn't actually speak' MORE: Ross Kemp unable to speak after inhaling Spice for shocking new HMP Belmarsh documentary Ross Kemp was left unable to speak after inhaling spice from a prisoner's vape while filming his new documentary Welcome to HMP Belmarsh.
The new documentary follows Kemp as he learns about life inside the Category A prison. Kemp spent six months filming at Belmarsh, which has been home to some of the country's most notorious criminals, including Ian Huntley, Lee Rigby's killers, Ronnie Biggs and black cab rapist John Worboys. The new show follows Kemp's documentary series Extreme World, which has seen him travel investigate homelessness, illicit trade, drug addiction, violence, poverty and sex trafficking. Welcome to HMP Belmarsh with Ross Kemp airs on Thursday 9 January at 9pm on ITV. Ross Kemp got candid about his experience of getting high on Spice in HMP Belmarsh.
Ross showed no signs of fear when he visited the jail known for imprisoning the UK's worst criminals. Welcome to HMP Belmarsh With Ross Kemp starts on Thursday January 9. Ross Kemp has recalled the moment he got so high after inhaling Spice that he was left unable to speak. While the documentary was filmed, the prison was home to 187 murderers and 17 terrorists. Welcome To HMP Belmarsh With Ross Kemp starts on Thursday, January 9, on ITV at 9pm.