Frisco real estate broker, Jenna Ryan, is going to prison after signing a plea deal last summer. Ryan was accused of participating in the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6.  

Ryan was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail, a $5,000 fine, and $500 in restitution to the architect of the Capitol. She had pleaded guilty in July to charges for parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building,  

Due to the sentencing being after the 2020 election, the judge could follow the recommended punishment or something different, depending on what the judge deems fit, according to court documents  

According to NBC, Jenna Ryan surrendered just days after the events at the Capitol. In January, the Dallas FBI confirmed to NBC 5 that she was taken into custody and her home searched by federal investigators. 

They also said in the criminal complaint against Ryan, FBI special agent Amie Stemen said she knowingly entered a restricted building where the Vice President was and engaged in disruptive conduct inside the building with an intent to interrupt the session of Congress.  

While she was inside the Capitol Rotunda, reports said she posted several videos and photos to her Twitter account stating “Today was a great example of what America is all about.”   

In an interview by NBC’s Cynthia McFadden, Ryan said she has no regrets about participating in the protest and believes she committed no crimes. She also pleaded for a pardon from the President, requesting a misdemeanor, but Trump granted no pardons.   

 Ryan will report to prison in 2022.