PORTLAND, Maine — A former Kittery woman was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court to a year and a day in federal prison for trying to hide more than $100,000 in assets from a bankruptcy trustee in 2014.

Rana J. Clarizio, 46, of Oak Brook, Illinois, also was sentenced to three years of supervised release and ordered to pay about $185,000 in restitution, the total amount she lied about, according to the U.S. attorney’s office, which prosecuted the case.

A sentence of 366 days allows Clarizio to earn good time while serving her sentence.

U.S. District Judge George Singal ordered Clarizio to begin serving her sentence on Oct. 28. She remains free on $15,000 unsecured bail until then.

Clarizio waived indictment and pleaded guilty in May to two counts of bankruptcy fraud, according to information posted on the court’s electronic case filing system.

She filed for bankruptcy in March 2014, according to court documents. The next month, Clarizio lied about her assets on a form titled, Schedules of Assets and Liabilities. She lied again at a hearing in May 2014.

Prior to filing for bankruptcy, Clarizio transferred more than $100,000 in profits from the sale of a New Hampshire home to a friend in Florida in an attempt to hide her assets, according to the prosecution version of events to which she pleaded guilty. She also lied about assets that included a $10,000 electrolysis machine, Ritz Carlton Spa membership valued at $50,000, and a Louis Vuitton backpack worth $3,000.

She faced up to five years in federal prison and a fine of up to $250,000.