John Schneider spoke about the bias versus conservatives in Hollywood after serving five hours from a three-day prison sentence for overdue alimony.(Splash)

John Schneider served five hours out of his three-day prison sentence for overdue spousal support on Tuesday. It was the current hurdle for the conservative star who says he’s experienced his share of rocky times in Hollywood.Speaking to Fox News exclusively after going back to his Louisiana house, the” Dukes of Hazzard”star stated his experience in the L.A. County jail was mind-blowing.”Going to jail was nothing like I ever imagined it was going to be,” Schneider informed us. “Firstly, I was provided no favoritism at all other than they didn’t apprehend me with the basic population. “I was jailed, I was searched, I was handcuffed, I had my wallet and my phone and they took my belt and shoelaces and it was put into a plastic bag,” the 58-year-old remembered.

“It was completely life-altering,” he added.close

prison Actor John Schneider addresses his court sentence and goes over how he prepares to invest his upcoming 3 days behind bars for unsettled alimony.Schneider alleged that his conservative worths might have injured him in court, including that it’s time for more of his fellow Hollywood stars to “come out of the Republican closet.”

“I do believe there’s a bias versus conservatives, Republicans, in Hollywood, but I believe if you let that modify how you are, then I question how you are,” he stated. “If you think it, speak it, live it.”

The outspoken star went on to say that it’s crucial to support the president.

“I supported the last president [despite the fact that] I didn’t elect him, however I supported him since I think that’s my task as a United States resident,” he said. “The difference here is that I did vote [for Trump] and I do not mind people understanding that.”

Meanwhile, the actor offered absolutely nothing however appreciation for the jail guards he came across in jail.Catherine Bach as”Daisy,”

leading, Tom Wopat as “Luke,” bottom left, and John Schneider, right, as “Bo” with The General Lee, from “The Dukes of Hazzard.”(AP)

“I never ever saw anything however people being treated with regard with self-respect and with humor, which really amazed me, and whatever authority they had to display in order to keep everyone safe,” he said, adding he was “so very impressed with every element of the penal system.”

His experience with the judicial system, however, was the opposite.

” [Within the] court system, I was treated like I was guilty up until proven innocent, like a second-class resident,” he claimed.The “Dukes of

Hazzard” star was sentenced to 3 days in prison Monday for cannot pay his separated wife, Elvira Castle, alimony. He says he can not afford the payments. The actor declares that he has actually struck tough financial times and invested the majority of his money repairing his movie studio in Louisiana after it was ruined in a March 2016 flood.

“I’ve worked seven days a week, 80 hours a week, at least given that 1978,” he informed us as he prepared to turn himself in. “I have, as every working person has, a mountain of financial obligation that was attached to my dream. And there’s a group now that somehow feels they’re entitled to life or perhaps luxury without work and the judicial system obviously agrees with that.”

Schneider and Castle have actually been estranged given that she declared divorce in 2014. They married in 1993 and have three adult children together, two of which were Castle’s kids from a previous marriage.John Schneider

, right, and his better half Elvira Castle during better times.(Splash)

“If I had it [money], I would’ve provided it to her just to let this disappear however I don’t have it,” he stated early Tuesday.

Schneider played Bo Duke on the hit series from 1979 to 1985 in addition to a handful of revivals in the early 2000s. He likewise had a major role in the CW series “Smallville” from 2001 to 2006.