A Texas influencer, who used a private jet to fly to Washington DC for the Jan.6 Capitol riots, said she intended to use her 60-day jail term to lose 30 pounds and practicing yoga.
Jenna Ryan, the Dallas, Texas real estate agent, was sentenced Nov. 4 to 60 days in federal prison and a $ 1,500 fine for her role in the riots.
On Sunday, Ryan kicked off a monologue on TikTok about how she intended to spend her prison sentence. She said, âYou have to look on the bright side of anything you do, and that’s what I’m trying to do. So wish me good luck!
Ryan added, “The only thing I see that’s good about having to go to jail is that I’m going to be able to train a lot and do a lot of yoga and detox.”
On January 5, a day before the Capitol Riots, Ryan posted several videos on her Facebook account “which appeared to have been taken on a small private plane on which she was traveling with others to Washington DC,” noted the FBI.
On January 6, she posted a bathroom mirror video on her Facebook in which she said, âWe’re going to come down and storm the Capitol. She also posted a Facebook Live on her account of her and her group marching to the United States Capitol.
She posted photos of herself on the grounds of the United States Capitol on her social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, the FBI said.
In the FBI’s Statement of Facts, it is stated that “Of particular note is an image Ryan posted of herself on her Twitter account which depicts Ryan standing in front of a broken window on the United States Capitol. , with the caption “Window at The Capitale [sic]. And if the news does not stop lying about us, we will then attack their studios … “
She said, âAnd also I can’t eat because the food is awful, and there is just no food. So I hope they have, like, protein shakes and protein bars, I think, because you don’t want to eat, like green baloney – that’s what they have to eat.
âI won’t be able to drink. I won’t be able to eat, âso she believed she could reach her ideal weight in prison.
Ryan is due to report to jail on January 4.
According to her website, she is an author and activist, in addition to running a real estate business in Texas. Ryan had also tweeted that storming the Capitol was “one of the best days of my life.”