Elizabeth Holmes is a regular at "Real Housewives" star Jen Shah's prison workout class.
Shah's representative told People the two have become pals while inmates at a Texas prison.
Holmes reported to the federal prison camp on May 30 for her 11-year sentence.
Disgraced tech mogul Elizabeth Holmes has apparently found a companion during her 11-year sentence at a federal prison in Texas: fellow inmate "Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" alum Jen Shah.
And beyond their friendship, Holmes is a regular at Shah's prison workout class, "Sha-Mazing Abs."
"Jen gets all the ladies together and they rally behind her while she teaches them fitness moves, and Elizabeth has been there right along with them," Shah's representative Chris Giovanni told People.
Holmes, 38, reported to the prison back in May after being convicted on fraud charges in January 2022 and sentenced to 11 years in prison in November.
Shah, 49, meanwhile pled guilty to participating in a telemarketing scam and was sentenced to 6-and-a-half years, but her release date has been moved. The reality television star is set to be released in July 2028.
While the two do their time, they've gotten to know each other well, Giovanni told People.
"They're both rehabilitating and have bonded over being on this journey of positive change. Their situations brought them together, and they have a good understanding of one another. They're getting through it together."
That includes Shah taking on a sort of motherly role to Holmes, Giovanni added. Shah's "given her a lot of advice" and even met Holmes' baby, who was born earlier this year.
Shah — who pled guilty in July 2022 and was sentenced in January — is best known for her role on the reality TV series "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City." She is married to University of Utah football coach Sharrieff Shah, with whom she has two sons.
Shah was one of the more outspoken women featured on "RHOSLC," and ended her stint on the show to report to prison, after refusing to attend the season 3 reunion.
Holmes infamously founded the doomed blood-testing company Theranos, and was found guilty of four counts of wire fraud in 2022. She was portrayed by Amanda Seyfried in the award-winning Hulu drama "The Dropout."
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