That's certainly what it looks like. In a post published to Instagram account @theannadelvey, the notorious New Yorker and former Purple magazine intern geo-tags Riker's Island Maximum Security Prison while posing next to the woman who appears to be Neffatari "Neff" Davis.
"Thelma & Louise," Delvey (real name: Anna Sorokin) seemingly wrote, referencing the 1991 film in which two women drive off a cliff rather than face criminal charges. (The irony, I hope, is not lost on Delvey.)
In April, Vanity Fair photo editor Rachel Deloache Williams published an essay about her time with Delvey, in which Delvey posed as a German heiress, showered Williams with fancy dinners and vacations, and, ultimately, orchestrated a scam that lost Williams a whopping $62,000. In May, The Cut published an article from the perspective of Davis, who got to know Delvey while she was living at the boutique hotel where she worked.
Personal cellphone use is not exactly a thing at Riker's Island, nor does this photo actually look like it was taken in the prison. It's possible that someone else has access to Delvey's Instagram account and is trolling us all.
Then again, Delvey's a pretty notorious scammer... so maybe she conned her way into iPhone privileges. Honestly, crazier things have happened.