Evita Ramparte always enjoyed speaking and helping people
change their lives and impact their circle of influence wherever they go. After healing herself from ovarian cancer in the year 2000, and shedding over 50lbs, she came to America to inspire a change; despite publishing three international bestsellers on the subject of holistic health, being featured in American documentaries, interviewed on Podcasts and speaking on numerous occasions, she still felt like a 'prisoner of her image' and did not feel that she was having an impact.
In September 2018, Evita was abruptly detained by US Immigration and put into one of the worst US Prisons with forced labor, horrible food, sleep deprivation and poor medical care. Separated from her child, deprived of her celebrity status, suburban zip-code, and with no access to her fans and followers on the Internet, she was rooted out of her comfort-zone. Wearing the same blue prison clothes, just like 150 other immigrant women from across the world, she got a sneak-peak into what it's like after we die - where everything we hold onto is gone, we don't have access to our loved ones, and the only thing that matters is the opportunity to touch a Human Heart.