Jen Shah Of “Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City” Is Being Mandated Mental Health Treatment After Her Prison Release, And Andy Cohen Was Grilled For Supporting Her
As a longtime Real Housewives watcher, I’ve seen my share of wild personalities, but when I saw Jennifer Shah on Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, I knew something in the milk wasn’t clean about her. I didn’t know it was a marketing scheme primarily targeting the vulnerable elderly that left them traumatized and broke, but hey, I’m not the FBI. Jen played innocent until she took a plea deal and was sentenced to six and a half years in prison. On top of her prison sentence, Jen will have to complete a mental health treatment program once she eventually gets out. Meanwhile, Andy Cohen also felt the fire, as he was grilled by Chris Wallace about his support of the housewife and felt the same pressure he’s put hundreds of rich women through over the last decade, plus at reunions. Justice comes in many forms!
Jen Shah Of “The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City” Celebrated Her Prison Sentencing With A Swanky 20-Person Dinner
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.
Jen Shah Of “Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City” Has Been Sentenced To 6.5 Years In Prison For Wire Fraud
It’s not looking “Shah-mazing” for 49-year-old Jennifer Shah of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. Jen was in court in New York this morning to learn her fate for her scheming and scamming people, mostly the elderly. The judge laid down Jen’s punishment today and hit her with a six-and-a-half-year prison sentence. Jen had better get stocked up on Botox at her co-star Heather Gay‘s Beauty Lab now; she won’t get access for the next six years!
When The Feds Raided The Home Of Jen Shah Of “Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City,” They Reportedly Found Lots Of Counterfeit Designer Items
The woman known as Jennifer Shah is truly going to go down in the Real Housewives history books for being the absolute messiest and most perfect casting choice for the series ever. Not only has Jen been charged and pleaded guilty to federal charges for scamming people, many of which were elderly, through her marketing company. Last season, Jen was nearly arrested on camera, and the feds raided her house for evidence. Turns out that the feds also found a bunch of fake designer shit. BREAKING: a Real Housewife was caught faking the lavish lifestyle she can’t afford!
On Monday, Real Housewives of Salt Lake City‘s resident Tasmanian devil Jen Shah decided to change the plea in her wire fraud case to guilty, probably because she knew she was facing thirty years in the clink and didn’t want to go through the embarrassment of losing. Jen’s trial was set to begin next Monday, but with evidence piling up higher than the snow-capped mountains of Utah, she hopes a guilty plea will yield a reduced prison sentence of eleven to fourteen years. Meanwhile, her horrible boss Andy Cohen initially reacted to Jen’s new plea with a blank stare, probably because he was trying to think of who he could replace her with once she goes up the river. But now he’s had time for his writers to create the perfect response of utter SHOCK at Jen’s change of mind by wagging his shame finger at her for telling lies.
Bravo Overlord Andy Cohen Responds To Jen Shah Of “Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City” Pleading Guilty In Wire Fraud Case
Jen Shah showed up on the Real Housewives landscape as part of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast and immediately took the world by storm with her sudden rage-outs, narcism, and blatant lying. So when Jen was arrested for defrauding the elderly in a telemarketing scheme, viewers weren’t that shocked since it’s very on-brand for her. What was actually out of character was her pleading guilty after claiming innocence. But still, Andy Cohen isn’t sure how to feel about it. Does he believe Jen, who now admits guilt, is guilty? He isn’t sure if she’s really guilty or not! Why? Well, Andy says because he’s gotten close to her and she bought his child a toy once. But I’m guessing it’s because Andy is in denial that one of his messiest attention-getters is going to a place where Bravo cameras won’t be allowed: PRISON!