She currently resides in Conneticut.
Patty was pardoned by former President Bill Clinton.
She has a total of four dogs.
Diva, Patty's French bulldog, won a ribbon at the Westminister Kennel Club Dog Show. This happened on February 11, 2008.
Patty experienced Stockholm Syndrome after her kidnapping.
Patty was convicted with robbery and firearms charge in 1975. She served seven years.
Her measurements are 34-24-35.
She published an autobiography called Every Secret Thing in 1982. It was re-released and named Patty Hearst: Her Own Story.
She was a cheerleader in high school.
The movie Patty Hearst (1988) was based on a true story about her.
Her daughter's names are Gillian Hearst-Shaw and Lydia Hearst.
She attended Sacred Heart School.
The Symbionese Liberation Army kidnapped her on February 4, 1974. She was 19.
She has been married to Bernard Shaw since April 1, 1979. They have two children together.
She is 5'3" tall.
Patty: But even before that, in 1980 I went so far as to write a book about what had happened. And I wrote all about the bank robbery, I went ahead and printed it even though I had no use immunity for it.
(On her dog's win)
Patty: It's like winning a gold medal at the Olympics. Or would this be a silver?
Patty: Get with the time, the 21st century. I have moved on. Especially young people know me from the films and TV. They have no idea about the kidnapping.
Patty: Well, I think the healing process really -- the most important aspect of that was being with my family. That's when the real healing took place.
Patty: I have not completely lost my mind to the dog world, just my heart. It can be very addictive.
Patty: I finally figured out what my crime was. I lived. Big mistake.
Patty: It's hard to know what to say about somebody like that, except there are people who look for trouble. And trouble is very easy to find when you go looking for it.
(On her kidnapping)
Patty: You know, my daughters have been through their entire lives and knowing about my case.
Patty: And for any victim of a violent crime, when you actually get to go in and realize and see their faces and know that they can't hurt you any more, there is no feeling like that. It finally frees you from a lot of demons.
(On her kidnapping)
Patty: It'll never go away. And you know, things can bring it back like it just happened.