Jen Shah si è dichiarato colpevole dopo essere stato condannato per frode telematica. La star di “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” è a capo di uno schema di telemarketing rivolto agli anziani. “La signora Shah è una brava donna che ha oltrepassato il limite”, ha detto a NBC News il suo avvocato, Priya Chaudhry. “Accetta la piena responsabilità delle sue azioni e si scusa profondamente con tutti coloro che sono stati danneggiati”. L’avvocato ha detto che si è dichiarata colpevole perché sentiva di aver deluso la sua famiglia.

Teresa is tired of being compared to other Real Housewives who have gone to prison

According to E! News, "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars Teresa and Joe Giudice were found guilty of 39 counts of fraud, including wire and bankruptcy fraud. In 2014, Joe was sentenced to 41 months in prison while Teresa was sentenced to 15 months. In 2018, it was reported that Joe was deported to Italy which ultimately ended the 20-year marriage with his wife.

Now that "Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" star Jen Shah has been sentenced to 78 months in prison for wire fraud, Teresa is fed up with people comparing the two situations. "I would not steal anybody's money," she claimed on her "Namaste B$tches" podcast. "I would not do that. That's so bad." She then went on to explain what her situation was, claiming she was merely signing papers. Guidice swore that she would never steal money from others. "I can't relate to that, because I would never do something like that, you know?" she added.

At BravoCon in October 2022, Teresa expressed that she wasn't thrilled that she was "used as an example" of reality television stars who have served time in prison. "Because I was on TV — if I was just a regular housewife, I probably wouldn't have went to jail," she said (via People).


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