Accused Fraudster Jen Shah Of “Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City” Is Selling “Not Guilty” Merch Ahead Of Her Trial
When Kim Kardashian said that “nobody wants to work these days” she clearly did not mean one Jennifer Shah from Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. Not only is the 48-year-old housewife awaiting trial for allegedly swindling elderly people out of their money with her team of henchmen who have so far all pleaded guilty and turned against her. But she’s also selling merch. See?! WORKING! She’s not gonna let something like an impending potential jail sentence bother her or interrupt her hustle, she’s releasing a “Not Guilty” line of merchandise. So if you too want to feel like you have been swindled by Jen Shah, get yourself a $30 “Not Guilty” t-shirt.
A year ago, Jen Shah was arrested in front of Bravo’s cameras and charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering for allegedly scamming the elderly for almost 10 years by selling their information to telemarketers who then sold the victims shady and bogus business services. She’s facing up to 50 years in prison over the charges and so far her assistants have taken pleas.
Page Six says that during a mild internet back-and-forth with celebrity hairstylist, Justin Anderson, Jen commented to him that she is “innocent…and look[s] forward to trial so you along with everyone else can see the truth.” Well she’s obviously still maximizing the time she has before trial, which will begin on July 11, because she’s selling legally-themed crap.
Ahead of Sunday night’s final Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reunion, Jen Shah announced on Instagram Monday that she will be selling new merchandise branded with some of her sayings, including “Shahmazing” and “#FreeJenShah.”
There’s also a T-shirt printed with Shah’s face when she was arrested on an episode of the show for wire fraud and money laundering, with the back reading, “Not Guilty.” The tees range from $25 to $30 in price, with sweatshirts ringing in at $65 and a bedazzled baseball jacket clocking in at $120, all sold through Rebel P Customs.
The line’s already been approved by her RHOSLC co-star Meredith Marks, with whom Shah has been feuding for the last season; Marks commented a heart emoji on the post.
Jen announced her latest shameless cash grab on Instagram, and here’s a look at it. The mugshot t-shirt is a classy touch, I think:
'RHOSLC' star Jen Shah releasing 'Not Guilty' merch ahead of fraud trial https://t.co/BYeayfUhXM pic.twitter.com/AxkTtTuynZ
— Page Six (@PageSix) March 9, 2022
Jen’s merch is missing something. Remember how she tried to get her case thrown out because her contacts were dry when she signed away her Miranda Rights? Where is a bottle of drops that will instantly dry up your contacts so you too can say that you had no idea you were signing away your Miranda Rights after the feds busted you? And Jen calls herself a businesswoman?! For shame.