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A contestant on SAS: Who Dares Wins has told how she hit rock bottom when she was jailed over a £1million drug deal.
Tyler Clark, inset, got involved in crime after falling on hard times as a young mum.
When police caught her transporting a batch of drugs, she learnt it was part of a large-scale operation.
Carlisle-born Tyler, then 21, was convicted of conspiracy to sell Class A and Class B drugs worth more than £1million and was sentenced to one year in prison.
She said: "For years I felt I had lost touch with who I was – almost like I was lost in life and had no idea what my purpose in life was.
“I hit an all-time low and found a way of escaping my pain through the use of alcohol and drugs. When I got myself into trouble with the police and received a prison sentence, I knew this wasn’t the life for me.
“I had to change. This was my time to take back control.”
Since leaving prison, Tyler has turned her life around.
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She signed up for SAS: Who Dares Wins to prove to herself what she is capable of. The fitness coach, now 28, feared she would struggle, but was surprised by her own resilience.
She said: “My biggest fear has been losing control of myself and my mind in moments of stress and being out of my comfort zone.
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“The experience has helped me realise I am stronger than I thought and that when life feels tough, it really isn’t so bad.”
Tyler added: “I feel that I have grown as a person and for that I will be forever thankful. I now know that I am fully in control of
my body and my emotions.”
SAS: Who Dares Wins is tonight at 9pm on Channel 4.
- Channel 4
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