He's been a property millionaire, he can sing to you in ten languages and he ran a GBP 24 million cannabis smuggling operation. This is his true story. Paul Newman was born to refugee parents who thrived in the Brick Lane area of London after the War. But Paul never found it easy to accept authority and soon decided to do things his own way. He founded his own property business and having a great talent for design, was a millionaire in his twenties. Caught up in a market crash, he lost everything and started again in business. But when he was accused of a crime he didn't commit against another company, he lost his respect for the law. So, when the opportunity came up to start importing cannabis from Ghana, he leapt at the chance to take his adventures to another continent. And for a while, things were good. The business flourished and he became a playboy, spending much of his time developing his daughter's incredible talent at motor racing. Then came the betrayal from within Paul's own firm. In the ensuing storm of publicity, he lost his freedom and his unsuspecting daughter lost her career. Employing his considerable charm, Paul flourished through the grim times in prison and went straight, starting a new career as a singer and designer. For the first time, he tells his true, extraordinary story.