At FPC Bryan, Ms. Holmes, known for wearing black turtlenecks to mimic Steve Jobs while running Theranos, and, during her trial, sporting heels, sheath dresses and a diaper bag, will wear prison-issued khaki pants and shirts in pastel green, gray, or white with athletic shoes that must not exceed $100 in value.
She will not have any internet access but can buy a radio ($31.75) or MP3 player ($88.40) from the commissary. All music must be “non-explicit,” according to the prison’s handbook.
FPC Bryan offers leisure activities including music programs, “table games” and movies, according to its handbook. Arts and crafts are available, including beading, knitting, paper art, crochet and ceramics. A crochet needle costs $1.30 and yarn is $3.55 at FPC Bryan’s commissary, according to the handbook.
Inmates are allowed to access an outdoor “recreation yard pavilion” but must return to their dorms for head counts that occur five times every 24 hours.
Counterfeiting or forging documents and conducting a business are against the rules. Ms. Holmes admitted to falsifying pharmaceutical reports to solicit investors while testifying in her trial.