La controversia che circonda la star di “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” Jen Shah è stata molto più profonda del solito dramma casalingo. Shah è stato arrestato nel 2021 e accusato di aver commesso una frode telematica in uno schema di telemarketing. Inizialmente, la star della realtà si è dichiarata non colpevole, ma a luglio Shah ha cambiato la sua dichiarazione in colpevole. Durante la presentazione della sua dichiarazione aggiornata in tribunale, Shah ha ammesso di aver partecipato al piano. “Frode telematica, offerta di servizi con poco o nessun valore. Abbiamo utilizzato telefoni ed e-mail interstatali”, ha detto al giudice, per Stampa del centro città.

Jen Shah did not want to discuss her court case

On December 16, Jen Shah took to Instagram to inform fans that she was opting out of "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" Season 3 reunion show. According to the Bravo star, she was initially told in September that she would not be welcome to the reunion, but the network changed their mind in November. "I was elated to learn I would now have a voice at reunion," Shah wrote. Apparently the "RHOSLC" alum and Bravo did not see eye-to-eye about discussing her ongoing court case, as Shah refused to discuss the matter on-air. "Bravo found this unsatisfactory and said they expected to discuss this 'storyline,'" she wrote. "So under legal advice, I will not be attending reunion," Shah added. In February, Shah's lawyers filed a movement to make any "RHOSLC" footage inadmissible as "hearsay" in her court case, per Us Weekly.

Shah's post about skipping the reunion show came only hours after details were released about her 2021 arrest. Court documents showed that authorities seized a trove of counterfeit goods when they raided her home, including a number of fake designer bags and jewelry, per Page Six. The Bravolebrity had a number of knock-off bags including Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Fendi, and more. Authorities recovered over 50 counterfeit items from Shah's home, and a judge ruled that they must be handed over to help pay the $6.5 million to $9.5 million she owed in paying restitution to the victims of her telemarketing scam, per CNN.


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