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"If it comes down to swimming, I will save myself. I will stand on a bitch's head"
— Cindy, to the Black Girls when the prison is flooded following a storm

Cynthia Beverley "Tova" "Black Cindy" Hayes is a main character and an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary. Cindy is referred to as "Black Cindy" due to there being another Cindy who is white. She is often seen with Watson, Poussey, Taystee and Suzanne. She grew up in the church and knows biblical references. In Season Three, Cindy converts to Judaism and adopts the name Tova (טוֹבָה). She is in Maximum Security in Season Six. Cindy is inspired by "Pom-Pom" from Piper Kerman's Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison. In real life, the character on whom Cindy is based, "Pom-Pom", actually did have a back ulcer just like Cindy, only "Pom-Pom" died from it.


Early in the series, Cindy is shown to be selfish and carefree, rarely thinking about the consequences of her actions. She seems to have problems with authority and is seen willing to stand up to anyone who challenges or tries to control her, including her family, Red, Vee and prison staff. She is one of the more outspoken and brash inmates in Litchfield. Occasionally she is friendly and helpful, but typically only when it suits her. Cindy doesn't appear to think about others when she may have to give something up that she wants. Cindy initially asked to be Jewish just for kosher food as a result of the new substandard fare brought in by MCC in Season Three, a tactic quickly jumped on by many other inmates. However, after researching the religion in an attempt to fool the Rabbi who was summoned to Litchfield to figure out who was truly Jewish, she realized that she wanted to be Jewish for a love of the religion as well. In a rare display of emotion, Cindy openly wept as she talked with the Rabbi about what she had learned, and was granted permission to convert.

Later on, she develops real feelings for her friends, as shown when she gives Suzanne advice and a pep talk and also her devastation at Poussey's death and her genuine concern when Suzanne's condition deteriorates during the Riot in Litchfield Penitentiary.

Physical Appearance[]

Cindy is African-American, with black coily hair which she wears in different styles like an afro, afro puffs, or a single ponytail. She is heavyset and very tall, taller than characters like Abdullah and Sophia. In Season Five, Cindy stole Lee Dixon's CO shirt and wore it herself with a belt. In Season One, most of the time, she keeps a comb in her hair.


For a list of episodes featuring Cindy's flashbacks, see here.

Before Litchfield[]


Cindy as a girl being scolded for eating during prayer.

Cindy was born February 13 (exact year unknown). She grew up in a strict religious household. A flashback in Season Three shows her as a girl being loudly scolded for eating from her plate during a dinner prayer ("Trust No Bitch"). She is roared at and is told she will go to hell after her father recites scripture. At the age of 16, Cindy had intercourse with a boy named Curtis in her high school's boy's locker room. They narrowly avoid being discovered by Curtis' friends, whereupon Curtis is mocked for being alone with Cindy whilst having simultaneously a girlfriend at the time. When they leave, Cindy feels her stomach and puts on a large jacket.


A pregnant Cindy discusses her baby's father.

Several months later, a heavily pregnant Cindy discusses the identity of her baby's father with her sister, Joy Hayes. Her father, Lucas Hayes, enters the room, and demands Cindy tell her who the father is. Afraid of what Lucas may do, Cindy refuses, and is shouted at.

When the child, named Monica, is born, she allows her mother, Lillian Hayes, to care for the baby instead. ("Shitstorm Coming")


Black Cindy with her daughter, who believes Cindy is her sister.

Cindy has a nine-year-old daughter named Monica who she left with Lillian, and now claims is her sister. Cindy worked at an airport as a security officer and TSA agent in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She stole passengers' items and food from the airport kiosks. She would grope men while she was searching them. Cindy was portrayed as a very irresponsible worker, as shown during Monica's birthday when Cindy gave her an iPad she stole from an airport traveler's luggage. She then took her out for ice cream before leaving her in a car for several hours while she smoked marijuana with her friends. It's hinted by Cindy's mother that she has a history of kleptomaniac behaviors ("Comic Sans"). Her and her mother argue about Monica's custody and it ends with Cindy in tears.

Season One[]

Black Cindy is one of the inmates involved in the "Scared Straight" program at Litchfield ("Bora Bora Bora"). After Taystee gets released, she and Poussey are seen together a lot and play pranks on people like Piper.

Season Two[]

When Vee arrives at Litchfield, Black Cindy initially dislikes her. When Vee asks for a favour from Cindy, and says that she would be grateful if Cindy does it, Cindy replies “If grateful paid the bills, we’d all be Bill Gates!” before leaving the cafeteria. However, Cindy starts to come around when Vee brings the girls cake as a peace offering ("Hugs Can Be Deceiving"), and eventually takes part in her new business. 

[...] She turns against Vee again when she is physically threatened with strangling by Vee when Vee’s heroin goes missing.  She and Janae return to the library and state that they are done with Vee to Poussey and Taystee.

She and the other black girls later help intimidate Vee when she enters into Taystee’s bunk. 

When Red is attacked by Vee, Suzanne is blamed in a situation that Vee orchestrates. Initally Cindy and the others corroborate with Vee's story, but they go to the FBI and tell them that it was Vee; although they are too late, Mr. Healy presents falsified work duty evidence "proving" how it could not have possibly been Suzanne.

Season Three[]

After the meals have changed in the kitchen as a result of MCC takeover, becoming rather unpleasant, Cindy sees inmate Lolly Whitehill with a Kosher meal and then starts to ask for Kosher as well, wanting eggs and brocolli. Later, more and more people start to ask for Kosher meals, and it becomes prohibited unless you are confirmed to be Jewish by the rent-rabbi Elijah. Cindy was deemed not Jewish by Elijiah, much to Cindy's annoyance, who was told she was following Jewish culture, not the religion. Cindy meets with Ginsberg and Elijah to attempt to be given permission to reconvert, he refuses twice, until she gives a moving speech and he accepts, happily.  Cindy later converts to Judaism, with the help of two other Jewish inmates, Ginsberg and Boyle, really feeling connected to the Jewish religion. She adopted the name Tova. At the end of the season, Cindy is immersed by Ginsberg in the Lake behind Litchfield ("Trust No Bitch"), which completes her conversion.

Season Four[]

After Janae is racist to Soso, and Soso mocked Janae for 'moist' being a 'trigger word', a bored Cindy pretends that Soso said "n****r" After being berated by Taystee, she states "Can't we have a race war? It'll be fun!" Upon returning to the Litchfield campus, Cindy clashes with her new Muslim bunk mate Alison Abdullah. The two, at first, argue about their religious viewpoints while also messing with one another (Cindy telling her that the floor was bottom bunk property and Alison leaving a shaken soda as a trap as she knew Cindy would steal it). The two eventually learn to get along as the guard situation worsens. She also gives Suzanne advice about love telling her that everyone has a soulmate. 

Cindy becomes obsessed with getting a picture with new inmate celebrity Judy King, so that they can sell it to the press. Judy, who is caught up in a scandal after a video is leaked of her doing a racist puppet show sketch years earlier, agrees that they can capture a picture of her and Cindy kissing. A furious Caputo confronts the pair whereupon they claim that they are in a "real" relationship and play up to their ruse. Cindy is disheartened when she realises that Judy has played her, and does, in fact, show racist tendancies.

When Poussey is accidentally murdered by CO Bayley, Cindy and her friends are devastated. Upon learning that Caputo did not even name Poussey during a press statement and that Bayley is not going to be punished, they become enraged. They storm through the prison yelling and waving items, which initiates the Riot in Litchfield Penitentiary. One of the COs, Humphrey, has smuggled in a gun to the prison, which falls from his uniform. Season Four ends with Dayanara Diaz holding Humphrey at gunpoint whilst the other inmates look on.

Season Five[]

Cindy sees Humphrey being shot in the femoral artery by Dayanara and complains when her pants are soiled with his blood. She, Taystee, Janae and Abdullah go to Caputo's office where they capture Caputo and Josh, and Cindy claims that he will hurt him with a broken chair foot. While Taystee records Caputo on a tablet talking about Poussey's death, Cindy appears in the frame drinking a frappucino, which ends up becoming a meme on the internet.

During the night, Cindy, Janae, Alison and Taystee take and wear clothes that belonged to the inmates before being arrested. As suggested by Alison, they go to the cafeteria over dinner and ask for suggestions for demands from each inmate, stating that the riot is not only theirs. They note every demand in the visitation room, where Cindy is seen trying to take food from food machines. They tally the demands, then stick the top ten on a window at the front of Litchfield for the guards, police and the press to see.

Later, Cindy, Taystee and Janae reluctantly attend a spiritualist session with Maureen, Soso and Suzanne, who believe that Poussey's spirit still remains where she died; in fact, the noises heard throughout are Coates crawling through the ducts of the ceiling. Taystee is outwardly cynical but Cindy chastises her, telling her that everyone has their own way to grieve.

Judy King, who was on her way to be released at the start of the disorder, has been caught up in the riot and taken hostage by the White Power Group. On the second day of the riot, Cindy trades Judy King with the White Power Group at auction, making her her slave, tying a lead around her neck and forcing her to do her nails. Judy King is released by Taystee later on. The tenth demand, for hot cheetos and tampons, is fulfilled as a goodwill gesture by the governer's office. However, when the group realise that the governer's office currently has no plans to honor any of the other demands, they publicly burn the supplies on the lawn in front of the press. Meanwhile, the COs have been locked in "the bubble", one of the observation rooms in the dorms.

Cindy notices that Suzanne is acting more erratically than usual, due to her lack of medication and the uncommon routine that has settled in the prison. She negotiates borrowing the hostages from the bubble and takes them to Suzanne, ordering the guards to indulge Suzanne's delusions, until they are reclaimed later by Pidge and Ouija.

Suzanne later returns to the infirmary and realizes that Humphrey is dead. Freaking out, she attempts to reach Taystee with his corpse in a wheelchair and takes him close to the ongoing negotiation, but Cindy and Janae manage to hold her before Caputo and Figueroa see them.

During the night, Cindy patrols alone in the corridors of the prison while Piscatella is nearby capturing Red's family members. She sees Leanne and Angie trotting, Maritza and Flaca in a dark hallway, and is also scared when she hears a noise in the bathroom, which is actually Piper and Alex being picked up by Piscatella. Later, when Suzanne begins to have an outburst in the dormitory due to her meds being omitted by Morello, a panicking Cindy gives lithium to her, causing her to sleep.

At the end of the revolt when SWAT invades the prison, Cindy and Taystee try unsuccessfully to wake Suzanne, and then, with Nicky's help, take her to the pool where Frieda gives Suzanne an injection of adrenaline, making her finally wake up. Cindy hugs her, visibly sorry and ecstatic her friend is okay.

In the final moments of Season Five, all the prisoners in the pool hold hands as the SWAT team is about to enter. The team detonates the door with a bomb and then the screen turns orange, leaving the pool occupants' fate unknown.

Season Six[]

Shortly after the storming, Cindy and Suzanne hide under a box to avoid detection by the SWAT team, witnessing Herrmann, Natoli and several others bringing down the body of Piscatella. They watch as Herrman picks up the gun that Taystee used to threaten Piscatella and proceeds to empty the clip into the walls and through the wound in Piscatella's head, making it look like a murder by the inmates. Suzanne nearly screams before Cindy covers her mouth quickly and shushes her, convincing her not to talk of this incident to anyone as the two may be incriminated for the crime and/or silenced with violence by the SWAT team. After relocating to a closet on the first floor of the prison and being discovered by the SWAT team, they feign being deaf in order to avoid talking and to explain why they have slept through the riot. Cindy and Suzanne are taken to the prison bus and then transferred to Litchfield Max.  

After arriving at Max, Cindy pleads with Suzanne to remain quiet about their secret. During her testimony with the FBI, she states that she wasn't in the pool area but the agent quickly notes that Cindy's DNA was found on the gun that killed Piscatella. She then slips up and states that she "only had it for two seconds when she was taking the gun from T", then the agent soon realizes that "T" is Taystee, and Cindy is left battling over the decision to save her bestfriend or herself.  Upon confering with her lawyer and being reminded by the agent that they can only grant immunity for testimony they can use, Cindy thinks back to needing being involved in the parentage of Monica and shatteredly gets tricked into incriminating Taystee in order to protect herself.


Shortly after, she is assigned to D-Block and rejoins Lorna Morello, Flaca and Daya, almost immediately running afoul of Daddy whom confiscates her catty bag and toiletries. The girls are all assigned to cleaning duty where they make a plan to steal a catty bag left behind by one of Daddy's gang members, but are disgusted to discover the shampoo bottle is filled with urine during their shower as Daddy enters the area and mocks them.

While standing in a line, Cindy strikes up a rapport with Flaca who realizes that Cindy's witty personality would make her the perfect co-host for a prison radio show. After being granted the gig on the spot by a disinterested Luschek, the duo team up to start their 4AM radio show called "Flava to the Max" (a portmanteau of Flaca and Tova).

Cindy is thrilled to see Taystee as she is released back to general population to great acclaim from the inmates, but as the two embrace, a look of guilt is seen upon her face as Taystee reveals that she's going to trial instead of taking a plea deal. Cindy then realizes that she will have to speak her testimony in front of Taystee and is hulled with chronic back pain throughout the rest of the season.

Taystee mentions Suzanne (who has been placed in B-Block) and notes how they should invite her to the yard to see her, but Cindy expresses doubt as she secretly wishes to keep Suzanne apart from Taystee to avoid her potentially talking. 


Taystee and Cindy are talking when Cindy is preparing for her show. She makes jokes to a panicking Taystee who is worried about her hair cut. Taystee mentions about her trial deposition being soon because Caputo has to leave his testimony. Cindy gets a sudden sharp pain in her back due to the guilt, as the back pain begins to develop. During her show, her and Flaca are giving advice and Cindy lies on the ground to avoid the pain being worse. The next day, Cindy leaves in her own note secretly because she wants advice from Flaca. She tells the story of her accidental betrayal discretely which ends in Flaca calling her selfish and Cindy getting offended and telling her to pipe down. Flaca then goes on to say the person who did that should suffocate which makes Cindy snap and she pushes the table at Daya and storms off. Later on, Cindy and Taystee are in the library and Taystee is getting Cindy to hold several law books for her because she couldn't understand the lawyers vocabulary. Cindy has another spike of guilt-pain and she attempts to finally tell the truth to Taystee, but ultimately hesitates and admits that she has a daughter instead. She cries and repeats that she isn't a good person. ("Break the String")

Cindy is still guilty and develops a plan while on haitus from her show. She and Crystal Tawney exchange; Cindy would read Crystal's haiku if she gives Cindy her phone. Later, she rings Caputo and uses a fake voice at first, but then gives up and tells him to look into the CERT team. ("Chocolate Chip Nookie")

Cindy is stretching in her cell when Taystee comes in. Taystee asks her if she wants to play a game, Cindy agrees and they begin playing a game where they have to guess rappers. However, Hellman arrives and forces Taystee out, giving them shots. Cindy begins crying as Taystee leaves. Later, Cindy returns to Flava and Flaca seemingly put something into the advice column to see if she is basic. Cindy catches onto this and states that if you worry how your makeup looks all day, you're basic. Cindy has a spike of pain and Flaca tells her she needs to overcome her guilt and right her wrong ("Well This Took a Dark Turn")

Before the trial, Cindy speaks to her lawyer and alludes to the true circumstances in the pool area, begging to change her testimony. She says that she has dealt with "scumbag cops" who didn't care all her life and that's why she didn't reveal that to now. Her lawyer responds that this is impossible and that changing her testimony at the last minute would ultimately help no-one, as it would not be enough to clear Taystee and could possibly earn Cindy ten more years on her sentence at most. ("Well This Took a Dark Turn")

Cindy walks into the prison bus, headed for court. She glares at Frieda, who is also a witness. Taystee asks why Cindy is on the bus and Cindy looks out the window in silence, looking sad. Feeling defeated, a saddened Cindy reluctantly answers during the trial that Taystee was the last one she saw holding the gun when she left the courtroom. Taystee looks in confusion and bursts into tears in the courtroom.  ("Well This Took a Dark Turn")

Back at prison, Cindy is beside Frieda during Red's attack on the latter. ("Double Trouble")

She was also present alongside Flaca during Piper and Alex's "prison" wedding, hugging Piper. While Cindy and Flaca work as commentators during the prison's kickball game. After Suzanne waves at Cindy, Cindy tries to leave in a panic which prompts Flaca to admit that she knew that Cindy was feeling guilty about Taystee ever since she read the letter on the air. Encouraging her to move on, Flava uses a loose analogy involving a McGriddle and Southwest Chicken Salad to explain that someone can always start anew regardless of what they previously did. Temporarily comforted by this, Cindy is motivated to rejoin the commentary and enjoy the kickball game, waving to Suzanne playing on the field prior to an impressive kick and calling her 'her girl Suzanne' when Suzanne is playing impressively ("Be Free")

Season Seven[]

Cindy and Taystee don't have much interaction because of the lie Cindy told to protect herself that ultimately incriminated Taystee. Their shared prison-daughter Suzanne tries to reconcile the friendship by having both parties try to talk things out in the library. Pennsatucky is also present and instigates by telling Taystee that if it were her, she'd beat Cindy up. Cindy, feeling hurt, responds by saying "Go ahead. Beat me up. I deserve it." Taystee walks up to Cindy and starts to hit her but doesn't and ends up walking away and just saying "Fuck you." A saddened Cindy and Suzanne are left in the library while Cindy cries saying "Taystee..."

The rest of the season Taystee is still mad at Cindy. Taystee gets a job as Warden's Assistant to Warden Tamika Ward and is going through her files when she comes across Cindy's file. She then realizes that Cindy is up for Early Release and is seen to be annoyed by that fact. 

Tamika then makes an executive decision to move Taystee to from C-Block back to D-Block because of the fight Taystee and Badison had. Tamika then realizes that Cindy is in D-Block, and she remembers back to when Cindy testified against Taystee in court, so to keep the two from killing each other, she moves Cindy to B-Block.

Cindy is then seen distraught that she couldn't make amends with Taystee in the Early Release office. She tells the man behind the desk that she doesn't deserve to be released. But then man takes pity on her and releases Cindy anyway.

Taystee does more snooping through Cindy's file and finds out Cindy's address and mails a letter to Monica, Cindy's biological daughter that was raised to believe Cindy was her sister. This causes Lillian, Cindy's mother, to rage at Cindy feeling that everytime Cindy comes around, she messes things up for the family. Cindy then feels that she doesn't need to be around anymore and leaves the house and Lillian is outraged at the fact that Cindy messed up something and left it for her to clean up again. Cindy walks the streets and is living in a tent with few funiture items and her coat. She has a job working as an Elderly Home Caregiver. Close to the end, Cindy has a conversation with Lillian and Monica and they forgive Cindy and move on. Cindy tells Monica and Lillian she will be at the restaurant every Saturday so they can talk. This is the end of any interaction between two former inseperable best friends Cindy and Taystee. 


  • Her Inmate No. is 2198-7453.
  • Her birth name is Cynthia.
  • In Season Seven, Cindy was supposed to meet a much darker fate, but Cindy's actress Adrienne C. Moore asked the writers to look over it again and change the fate to something less upsetting.
  • Her birth name is Cynthia.
  • She has a family history of heart failures.
  • She enjoys a man with a moustache.





  • Vee (held Cindy at Strangling point with a broom)
  • Tasha Jefferson (former bestfriend) - Taystee and Cindy were like sisters. They bickered and argued sometimes, but they got along very well. Taystee is more mature and often would tell Cindy if what she said or done was bad. Cindy would usually take Taystee's advice and follow her lead and Taystee would often listen to Cindy, showing their mutual respect. However, sometimes they'd clash as Cindy's care-free attitude was in opposition to Taystee's ambition. Cindy grew a lot and is less care free, going from being extremely selfish and only looking out for herself, to caring about her friends, but of course caring about herself slightly more. This in turn led her to be forced to betray Taystee as her fear of the system and worries for her daughter arose. She soon regretted her actions and was extremely guilty, and eventually had 'empathy pains' She attempts to redo her statement, but this would be useless to both her and Taystee, as said by her lawyer. Taystee is infuriated and distraught by her betrayal, losing her last best friend. In Season Seven, Taystee sends a letter to Monica explaining who her real mother is.  (See: Black Cindy and Taystee)
  • Alison Abdullah (former)
  • Marisol Gonzales (former)
  • Kasey Sankey (white supremist)
  • Helen Van Maele (white supremist)
  • Brandy Epps (Nazi, white supremist)
  • Lorna Muccio (former)
  • Jennifer Digori (white supremist)
  • Akers (bumped into her purposely)
  • Baxter Bayley (killed Poussey)
  • Galina Reznikov (former; Stole her corn, and disrepected her)
  • Frieda (despite betraying Taystee herself, Cindy was visibly annoyed that Frieda lied too).

Memorable Quotes[]

"Ain't no gangster called Barbara"
— Cindy Hayes to Lorna Morello & Marisol Gonzales
"In the Bible, God told Saul, Kill em' all! Utterly destroy them motherfuckers! That's what God said."
— Cindy Hayes
"But I been washing my pits, tits and naughty bits in the sink!"
— Cindy Hayes
"You get that wet Chapman treatment."
— Cindy Hayes
"Bitch! If grateful paid the bills, we'd all be Bill Gates!"
— Cindy Hayes
"Shabbat Shalom, bitch!"
— Cindy Hayes
"Don't be cheap in the hand, I ain't got no cooties or nothing!"
— Cindy Hayes to Judy King.
"If it comes down to swimming, I will save myself. I will stand on a bitch's head"
— Cindy Hayes
"Why you sneakin' around all stealth and shit? You ain't the Pink Panther."
— Cindy Hayes to Yvonne Parker
"I'm ready to get my Jew on."
— Cindy Hayes to Alan Tatelbaum ("Trust No Bitch")
"Oh, I went there, bought a house; moved in, bitch. And now I'm remodeling the kitchen."
— Cindy Hayes to Alison Abdullah
"I'm gonna have to call bullshit on that, I'm sorry; we may not be able to act on our racism, like, put them in the ghetto, send them to shitty school... kill 'em in the back of police vans. But we sure as shit can be racist as everyone else, 'cause this is America. Land of the free, home of the racist."
— Cindy Hayes to Janae Watson
"In case math ain't your jam... I got like fifty pounds on you, easy"
— Cindy Hayes to Vee in ("We Have Manners. We're Polite.")
"A little spray here, a little spray there, a little spray in my underwear makes the buggies back off! Ooh, makes the buggies piss off. Makes the buggies back way the fuck off, way the fuck off."
— Cindy Hayes singing as she sprays herself in disinfectant ("Bed Bugs and Beyond")
"By fair I actually mean I'm bigger and stronger, and I got more friends. It's from the Latin word, "fæger" meaning "go suck a fart"...five times a day."
— Cindy Hayes to Alison Abdullah.
"Puff out"
— To Suzanne Warren and Taystee while leaving the bathroom after doing her hair for her new job at Whispers in (“Fake it till you fake it some more”)
"Oh, shit. She is risen."
— Cindy upon seeing Piper arriving back at Litchfield.


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Inmate Navigation
Maximum Security Galina Reznikov  •  Lorna Morello  •  Tasha Jefferson  •  Nicky Nichols  •  Frieda Berlin  •  Irene Cabrera  •  Marisol Gonzales  •  Dayanara Diaz  •  Rosalie Deitland  •  Antoinetta Kerson   •  Annalisa Damiva  •  Raquel Munoz  •  Tina Swope  •  Alana Dwight  •  Nicole Eckelcamp  •  Beth Hoefler  •  Maria Ruiz  •  Suzanne Warren  •  Adeola Chinede  •  Charlene Teng  •  Lolly Whitehill  •  Shruti Chambal  •  Elsie  •  Cathy  •  Marie Brock  •  Gail Abbot  •  Silka Webb  •  Aimee Sandoval  •  Amy Roth  •  Kelly Lee Glenna  •  Calloway  •  Claire St. John  •  Mandy Walsh Baker  •  Sally Jo  •  Juanita Vazquez  •  Crystal Tawney  •  Gladys Watkins  •  The Brown Twins  •  Alice Hutton  •  Claudette Pelage  •  Erica Taslitz  •  Aleida Diaz  •  Tali Grapes
FDC Cleveland Alex Vause  •  Carrie Black  •  Carmen Aziza  •  Helen Van Maele  •  Erica Jones  •  Leanne Taylor  •  Angie Rice  •  Janae Watson  •  Alison Abdullah  •  Kasey Sankey  •  Brook Soso  •  Anita DeMarco  •  Gina Murphy  •  Norma Romano
Metropolitan Detention Center Corrine Hill  •  Joyce  •  Felicia  •  Araceli  •  Darius McRae  •  Mazall
Unknown prison Michelle Carreras  •  Brandy Epps  •  Jennifer Digori  •  Stephanie Hapakuka  •  Rhea Boyle  •  Shelly Ginsberg  •  Lea Guerrera  •  Randolita  •  Reema Pell  •  Jeanie Babson  •  Jayne Cooke  •  Emily Germann  •  Ramona Contreras  •  Irene Rosario   •  White Cindy   •  Voth   •  Annette   •  Danita   •  Madison Murphy
Last seen in Minimum Security Irma Lerman  •  Annie Valdez  •  Loretta Fisher
Released inmates Piper Chapman  •  Stella Carlin  •  Mercy Valduto  •  Sara Rice  •  Linda Ferguson  •  Sophia Burset  •  Jane Ingalls  •  Jimmy Cavanaugh  •  Judy King  •  George Mendez  •  Cesar Velazquez  •  Cindy Hayes  •  Gloria Mendoza  •  Blanca Flores
Deceased inmates Poussey Washington  •  Yvonne Parker  •  Tricia Miller  •  Maureen Kukudio  •  Carol Denning  •  Barbara Denning  •  Rosa Cisneros  •  Dominga Duarte  •  Tiffany Doggett
Deported inmates Maritza Ramos  •  Karla Córdova  •  Shani Abboud  •  Swapna Majumdar  •  Dario Zuniga
ICE inmates Santos Chaj  •  Mei Chang  •  Efua Onagbeboma