RHOSLC Star Jen Shah Sentenced To 6½ Years In Prison For Fraud

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Jen Shah the Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City fraudster has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years, or 78 months, in prison for wire fraud.

“Jen Shah’s role on the ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,’ which I guess is why the courtroom is so full today, is just that, a role. People should not confuse the character she plays on an entertainment show to the person before me,” Judge Stein said in the courtroom on Friday, per the Inner City Press.

Judge Stein also noted several times that Shah was a “leader” of her conspiracy, which was likely a factor that was considered when deciding the length of her sentence.

Assistant US Attorney Robert Sobelman, who represented the federal government, added, “Every cooperator told us, Jen Shah is the boss. They all knew who she was,” according to Inner City Press.

Jen’s attorney Priya Chaudhry said ahead of the sentencing that her client “regrets the mistakes she has made. She is sorry. She had faith in our justice system. Jen will pay her debt to society,” the Inner City Press also reported.

Source: Page Six


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