(New York Post) Alex Kelly gained international infamy as the "preppy rapist" two decades ago while living an adrenaline-fueled life as a jet-set fugitive in Europe — skiing, hang gliding and mountain climbing before surrendering to face rape charges in Connecticut.
Today, the ex-convict indulges his love of thrills as a skydiving instructor.
The man who spent eight years on the lam, living off money the FBI said came from his wealthy parents, has made a post-prison career out of jumping from planes, often with customers strapped to his body. He recently bought a plane and is preparing to open his own Connecticut-based parachuting business.
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