Martha Stewart’s Defiant Message After Her Sentencing: ‘I’m Not Afraid’
In July 2004, Martha Stewart was sentenced to prison after being found guilty of conspiracy and other charges in a scandal that rocked her brand. After a judge ordered her to serve a five-month term in a federal correctional facility and a two-year period of supervised release, Stewart addressed the media outside court. Her message was confident and defiant, and she thanked her supporters. Inside Edition also spoke to an expert about what prison life might look like for Stewart.