THE HIGH PRICE I HAD TO PAY 4: A Produce of The Game: Sentenced to 10 Years as a Non-Violent Offender Although the United States of America only consists of 5% of the world's population, it house over 25% of the world's prison population! With close to two million Americans behind bars, the faces of the U.S. prison population has dramatically changed. Jail cells are no longer inhabited by just men. Today, there is a major increase of female offenders, sweeping across the nation. The true stories of these women, and the injustices they face in the U.S. judicial system, often remains untold! The High Price I Had To Pay, Volume IV, is a captivating real-life story about the travails of Brandi Davis, a young, single mother, who entered the drug game after the sudden death of her child's father, a notorious drug dealer. As the girlfriend of a well-known member of the infamous Black Mafia Family (BMF) organization, Davis was showered with a lavish lifestyle that she was unwilling to give up so easily. Feeling as though her back was against the wall, determined to stay afloat, she accepted an invitation to enter the drug game. As the daughter of a legendary hustler, Davis was no novice to street life. She quickly integrated her business savvy and prominent drug connections, skyrocketing to the top of the drug under-world in her area. All was well, until she was set up! With the help of a few informants, her empire swiftly came crumbling down, landing her a 10 year bid in federal prison. This cautionary tale reveals the shocking truths of those who enter the drug game in America, and the harsh penalties they face. Is a decade plus sentence necessary to punish a young mother, who became a product of the game? Or, is there a better way to level the scales of justice in America? You be the judge!