After 24 Years In Congress, Corrine Brown Starts New Life In Prison

Former Florida Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown reported to federal prison Monday to start her five year sentence for multiple crimes, including tax fraud and corruption.

A 6:00 spotlight on Brown and the conditions she is facing in prison.

They are going after he estate and looking to payback / restitution the loot. He property is apparently over run and she will probably not have any assets after they liquidate them. She has yet to file for bankruptcy.

They ask if she will end up homeless after her 5 year term in federal prison.

Brown, 71, turned herself in to the Sumter Correctional Institution in Florida, one of the largest federal prisons in the country, which houses both violent and non-violent offenders. Brown will be serving her five-year sentence at a minimum-security satellite facility, which keeps roughly 391 other female inmates.

WATCH: Corrine Brown reports to prison

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