U.S. District Judge Esther Salas announced on Wednesday, October 22 that would serve her time behind bars at Danbury Federal Prison in Connecticut, the inspiration of Netflix's hit series "". On the same day, the judge also announced that she would not recommend Teresa to spend most of her prison time at a halfway house.
Teresa's new attorney, Stacy Ann Biancamano, previously asked for a recommendation from Esther to allow the star of "" to serve 12 of her 15-month sentence at a halfway house, where she would be able to work and visit home on the weekends. The request was opposed by assistant U.S. attorneys Rachael ...
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