Title: See You When I See You
When Zach Singer was 14, he was in a near death experience, when him and his father Phillip Singer crashed into a tree. Zach was driving as his father was drinking. This hardship was only the iceberg which later lead to him overcoming an addiction to meth. In 2020, Zach Singer was 90 pounds and was arrested for drug possession and sent to jail. This was the beginning steps of the end of his drug addiction, but the problems only began. He left behind his daughter Riya Belle, 6, who was 4, while also leaving his family behind. “When I was in jail I was thinking I lived one hell of a life if I never sell again,” Zach said.
Zach Singer puts his items in the back of his fathers car during a long ride back home to Kilvert. Zach is coming back home from Portsmouth, Ohio were he was living in a rehab center before moving into a halfway home. “We will see if he’s still a bastard when I see him,” Phillip said with a large coffee cup in his hand as he drove to pick up his son. Phillip would later apologize to Zach for not giving him a hug when he first picked him up, which he wouldn’t do until they drove back to Kilvert.