Exploring the infamous Jodi Arias case from the perspective of the killer’s friends and fellow inmates, Bad Behind Bars: Jodi Arias is a psychological thriller about a couple whose lives are nearly destroyed by the ultimate femme fatale.
When Donavan Bering and Tracy Brown meet Jodi Arias in prison, they believe she’s an innocent victim who’s been wrongly accused of murder. But as Jodi weaves her way into the couple’s lives—relying on them for protection and friendship behind bars—they gradually realize she’s a remorseless manipulator willing to do anything to escape conviction.
Starring Celina Sinden (Reign, The Outpost) as Jodi Arias, Tricia Black (Pretty Hard Cases, Locke and Key) as Donavan Bering, and Lynn Rafferty (North Sea Connection, The Expanse) as Tracy Brown.
In this follow-up to one of Lifetime’s most successful true crime movies, Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret, we will see a whole new side of the infamous murderess and the story that has captivated the world for nearly a decade. Celina Sinden stars in the new movie, Bad Behind Bars: Jodi Arias as Jodi, who has just been arrested and sent to prison while she awaits trial for murdering her boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
When she arrived in jail, Jodi charms her way through prison and befriends a couple, Donavan Bering and Tracy Brown. The three inmates became inseparable, Donovan and Tracy doing anything and everything Jodi asked — even letting the murderess tattoo her name on one of them. Donovan was released from prison as Jodi’s trial drew near and agreed to be Jodi’s mouthpiece, posting on her social pages and defending her friend to the world. But when the details of the case and Jodi’s story were no longer adding up and Donovan refused to continue to do her former friend’s bidding, Jodi’s vengeful side emerged.
Celina is a British actress. You may recognize her best from the series Reign as Greer. She isn’t very active on her Official Instagram but she did share a photo behind the scenes of her Lifetime movie. You can see her in her full on prison uniform, with the caption “Prison. But make it fashun.”