Randy Travis gets frustrated as he tries to do things he took for granted before his stroke. Asked whether he is happy, the singer paused for several seconds. “Well … no,” he admitted. He then explained his frustration about his physical limitations Larry McCormack / The Tennessean, Cindy Watts
The 2012 video of Randy Travis’ arrest for driving under the influence was released late Monday.
The video is about three hours long and shows Travis drunk and sometimes belligerent with officers. At one point, Travis, whose naked body was edited out of portions of the video, begs officers to take him home.
Travis’ wife Mary Davis-Travis sued the state of Texas to block release of the video. She argued that releasing the video was an invasion of privacy and should have been kept private as a medical record.
The legal challenge also claimed Texas was not following a lower court’s ruling that the video could only be released once Travis had…
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