Jen Shah Of “The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City” Celebrated Her Prison Sentencing With A Swanky 20-Person Dinner

January 9, 2023 / Posted by:

It probably goes without saying that any move you make in the hours after being sentenced for being guilty of  massively fraudulent telemarketing schemes targeted at wiping out savings accounts of the elderly will be scrutinized, but it doesn’t take a rocket SHAH-entist (I’m truly sorry) to realize that holding a flashy dinner for 20 at an expensive and conspicuous NYC restaurant is not a good look. But Jen Shah has basically made a name for herself by making poor choices and being painfully self-unaware, so that’s exactly what she did. And a few days after the proceedings coined “The JENtencing,” fellow The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City wife, Whitney Rose, served Jen some shade in her Instagram Stories and when she appeared alongside Marilyn Manson Julia Fox on Watch What Happens Live.

Page Six says that hours after crying in the courtroom (dry contacts no more!) and using words like “humility and respect,” Jen probably celebrated getting slapped with less prison time than her evil ass deserved by whipping out her “Louiey Wuitton” wallet containing wads of cash copped from downtrodden Dorothys so 20 of her family members and closest (definitely hired to have to deal with her) associates could enjoy a pricy meal in a private room while flanked by security.

The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star, who learned her fate in federal court Friday morning, dined and boozed with a group of 20 at Italian hotspot Valbella at the Park in Midtown later that night.

Page Six is told that the convicted fraudster and her posse spent the night “eating and drinking” on the establishment’s second floor.

“She had two people standing around her table blocking anyone from taking photos,” our source spilled.

It’s unclear whether her husband, Sharrieff Shah, or co-stars were with her.

When contacted for comment, a spokesperson for Valbella told Page Six that the venue does not give out client information.

And at least one of Jen’s co-stars doesn’t seem sad to see her go, Because Whitney Rose, who’s clashed with Jen several times during their three seasons on the show together (which even included a January 6th Capitol Rioter tie-in; little did Jen know that a January 6th would be her day of reckoning), seems to have shaded Jen’s prison predicament. via Page Six:

After appearing on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen and Julia Fox on Wednesday night, the reality star posted a picture from the evening with a seemingly shady caption.

“Season 3 of #rhoslc was a lot and very heavy,” she wrote on Instagram Friday, just hours after Shah learned her fate.

“Wrapping it with such a fun show was the perfect send off to a difficult season. The darkness is gone, lightness is upon us.” 

Although Rose didn’t specifically name Shah, her fans were quick to catch on to her “shade” in the comments section.

“The darkness was just sentenced to 6.5 years in prison 😂,” one person joked, while another person added, “The darkness is gone is really sending me 😂😂😂😂 the shade is real (and hilarious!).”

Here’s the post:

And some think that baby-voiced Whitney spent the day tickled “peenk” about Jen’s fate.

Shortly after, the 36-year-old took to her Instagram Story to post a selfie in her car with a sly smile captioned, “What a day…”

Whitney’s joy was as palpable as her face would allow:

Hopefully, Jen really savored that last SHAH-pper since she’s scheduled to start her sentence in February. Look out, Il Cielo; next up on the Bravo Crime Family docket is Erika Jayne with a fat stack of that plane crash orphan money, and she’s hungry!

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