White-collar prison. If you've followed the whole debacles concerning famous names like Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort, then that term would make sense to you. It's where white-collar criminals like them are usually sent to spend their sentences. Most people also know it as "Club Fed" and for a good reason. If we are to believe the rumors, a white-collar prison is where big-ticket criminals continue to live in luxury. It's almost like they never went to prison at all. There are even claims that those white-collar criminals live out some sort of hedonistic fantasies inside it. But what really is a white-collar prison? In reality, there are no white collar prisons. At least, in the eyes of the law. The term was invented by people to refer to posh prison facilities where soc