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The Truth About Martha Stewart's Time in Prison

In 2004, TV icon and cookbook legend Martha Stewart was sent to prison. She had been charged and convicted of a number of financial crimes, and, in the end, spent five months incarcerated at Alderson Federal Prison Camp in West Virginia. She was released in March 2005, and spent a further five months under house arrest at her home in Bedford, New York. Unlike most celebs who end up in the slammer, however, Stewart went on to stage an incredible comeback.

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The Truth About Martha Stewart's Time in Prison

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    In 2004, TV icon and cookbook legend Martha Stewart was sent to prison. She had been charged and convicted of a number of financial crimes, and, in …

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