We got snookered. Motoko Rich of The New York Times reports in her article posted March 4 that the just-published "memoir" by Margaret B. Jones, called "Love and Consequences," about Jones' "life as a half-white, half-Native American girl growing up in South-Central Los Angeles as a foster child among gang-bangers, running drugs for the Bloods," is a fabrication.
The "Million Little Pieces" memoirist appears to apologize in an author's note But he still tries to push that "subjective truth" crap Hey James, feelings are subjective; thoughts are subjective; calling a two-hour stay in jail "three months" is objectively BS
story / Frey's note or publisher's note (both pdf files)
Also, Warner Bros may back out of the film version | story .