Before serving a 6.5-year sentence for her role in a nationwide telemarketing scheme targeting the elderly, Jen Shah revealed two new tattoos in honour of her family.

The First Tattoo Reads "Keiki," Meaning Baby Or Child In Hawaiian, And The Second Features The Names Of Her Husband And Two Sons, Written Out In Cursive.

Jen's sentimental tattoos arrive just before she reports to prison on Friday, but it's unclear where she'll do her sentence.

Jen's attorneys want her to do her time at a low-security federal prison camp like Fpc Bryan in Texas, which has a residential drug abuse programme.

If Jen Completes The Drug Rehabilitation Program, An Additional Year Could Be Taken Off Her Time Served.

Fpc Bryan Inmates May Take Business And Foreign Language Classes, Play Sports, Engage In Arts And Crafts Activities, And Attend Religious Services.

Good Jen could reduce her 6.5-year sentence by 54 days a year. This reduces her sentence by over 320 days.

If Jen Successfully Receives The Time Shaved Off For Being A Model Inmate, She Could Potentially Be Released As Early As 2027.

After She Is Released, Jen Has Been Ordered To Pay Up To $9.5 Million In Restitution To Those Victimized By Her Crimes.