Jodi Arias has been serving a life sentence in prison after being found guilty of the 2008 murder of her former boyfriend Travis Alexander, but a new report reveals that she will still experience a festive holiday season. 

According to Radar Online, Arias, who is currently at the Perryville Prison in Arizona for the crime, will have a special holiday dinner given to her later this month. Per the publication, this will include "roast beef, brown gravy, mashed potatoes, bread dressing, vegetable medley and a dinner roll." Pie with whipped topping will also be served. 

Additionally, a "tasty Christmas brunch menu" will also be available, which will include cold cereal, wheat bread, and fruit, among other things.

Aside from the aforementioned meals, those in charge also plan to bring a bit of the holiday to Arias in another way as well. The outlet shared that Warden Regina Dorsey sent a memo to the Arizona Department of Corrections requesting the use of Christmas decorations.

"I am respectfully requesting for approval to bring items for decorating the Lumley unit for Christmas,” the Nov. 21 note read.

As for what will be brought into the penitentiary, "Christmas lights, wrapping paper, ornaments, bows, red and green spray paint to spray cardboard" were requested and subsequently approved. All of the items will reportedly be removed by Jan. 2.

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Arias's name has also been in the news recently following new interviews from Alexander's friends. In November, Chad Perkins, Alexander's best friend, appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show" and discussed the "fatal attraction" he witnessed between the two. A new REELZ special titled "Jodi Arias: The Friends Speak" also showcased new details surrounding the 2008 crime, including one of Alexander's friends revealing that they once warned him about Arias

Additionally, misconduct allegations that have followed Maricopa County prosecutor Juan Martinez may give Arias a new trial at some point. However, for now, she remains behind bars.