Jen Shah is spotted walking the grounds of minimum security prison trends now
The 49-year-old star could be seen in photographs walking in the yard of Bryan Federal Prison Camp in Texas with an unnamed fellow inmate.
The two women both donned beige prison uniforms, but Shah sought to add a flair of style to the outfit with a pair of simple gold earrings as she walked with her hair tied back in a pony tail.
Shah and the other women were engaged in conversation as they walked, though it is unclear what they may have been talking about.
Sources have previously said that the former reality television star has already made some strong friendships at the minimum security women's prison, and is trying to keep morale up.
She has even worked with other inmates to design a Real Housewives-inspired play, entitled The Real Housewives Of Bryan.
Jen Shah, 49, has been spotted for the first time since she started her six-and-a-half year prison sentence for wire fraud
She could be seen walking the grounds of Bryan Federal Prison Camp in Texas with an unnamed fellow inmate
Sources have previously said that the former reality television star has already made some strong friendships at the minimum security women's prison
Shah, one of the most bombastic actresses on the show, was sentenced last year to over six years in prison after admitting to orchestrating a telemarketing scheme that targeted elderly and vulnerable individuals.
She duped her victims into buying fake business mentoring programs, before they found themselves with unrelenting subscription payments they couldn't get out of.
At her sentencing hearing, prosecutors told how she callously laughed with colleagues when some of the victims called them in tears begging to be released from the debts.
But as she entered prison in February for her crimes, Shah took to Instagram to apologize for her crimes.
'It is the price I must pay for the bad decisions I made,' she wrote at the time. 'People got hurt because of my decisions.
'While incarcerated, I will work to make amends and reconcile with the victims of my crime.
'In time, I pray that people will judge me for the way I responded to this sentence, rather than only for the decisions that led me to prison.'
She is now expected to be released a year earlier than scheduled, with Page Six reporting