Frederic Bourke is now an inmate of Englewood Camp, a minimum-security facility in the southwest suburbs of Denver, Colorado, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
Federal prisoner 58333-054, age 67, is serving a one-year sentence. He was convicted in 2009 of conspiracy to violate the FCPA.
He was free on bail during his appeals. After the Supreme Court turned him down, a federal judge ordered him to report to prison by May 10.
Bourke, a co-founder of luxury handbag maker Dooney & Bourke, isn’t the only famous prisoner in the 165-bed Englewood Camp.
Enron’s former CEO Jeffrey Skilling is there serving a 24-year sentence, along with former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, who’s doing a 14-year sentence.
The federal bureau of prisons shows Bourke’s release date as March 22, 2014.