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While in the aftermath of his arrest, Yebba began penning an autobiographical work entitled "Fallen Hero". Determined to turn his life around and keen at the possibility of telling his story and helping another avoid his situation, Yebba turned his unfinished autobiography into a screenplay named The Fallen.
Since then Yebba has had acting roles in several films and television series', including the Brian Goodman-directed What Doesn't Kill You alongside actors Ethan Hawke and Mark Ruffalo, and The Town directed by Ben Affleck and starring John Hamm, Jeremy Renner and Blake Lively. Yebba continues his writing and has since penned several feature films such as horror–slasher The Hamilton House, Angel's Guardian and Rush Back. He also has 2 television projects in development, Affair of Honor and Knocked.
- Michele McPhee (August 27, 2007). "The Beat; Disgraced Jake Finds His Hollywood Ending". Boston Herald. p. 4.
- Chris Faraone (November 2007). "Oxy Contest: Two local addicts turned screen-writers vie for the ultimate OxyContin epic Archived 2011-04-14 at the Wayback Machine". Boston Magazine.
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