Watts proclaimed himself a “servant of God,” writing in a letter to his mother last June, “I’m still a Dad! I’m still a son! No matter what. Now, I can add servant of God to that mix!”
A family friend, who asked to go by her first name of Kim, told PEOPLE last year that Watts was full of regret. “He’s sad that everyone is hurting,” Kim said. “He wishes he could go back in time. He wishes he had handled things differently.”
Currently, Watts is imprisoned in the Wisconsin prison system, where he was moved for security concerns.
Despite the fact that he considered filing an appeal to his sentence, he now realizes that release from prison will be unlikely. "He knows that this is his life," the source says. "There really isn’t much hope for his future.”
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