Wayne Evans's partner of 18 years left him the night before. His daughter was getting ready for school that morning, as he tried to pull himself together. Then, the police came knocking.
"It was a bit of a shock, to say the least," says Wayne who had no prior run-ins with the law.
He was an amateur DJ from Liverpool who designed and sold DJ software.
He had also uploaded £22.5m worth of music illegally, according to the Performing Rights Society.
Wayne had struggled with his mental health ever since he was the victim of a violent crime years before. When he was down, his "go-to place" was finding and listening to rare house tracks.
He became renowned for his collection and was inundated with requests to share it.
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