Karen Sypher has been free since her conviction in August.
Her formal sentencing in U.S. District Court has been delayed amid a series of legal maneuvers. Last week, Judge Charles Simpson denied her request for another postponement and a new trial. Her sentencing remains scheduled for Friday.
A jury convicted Sypher of extortion, lying to the FBI and retaliating against a witness.
She was accused of threatening to go public about a sexual tryst she had with Pitino in 2003 unless he met her financial demands.
The convictions carry a maximum sentence of 26 years in prison, but Sypher is expected to receive a lighter punishment under federal sentencing guidelines.