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Jen Shah Is Still Filming ‘RHOSLC’ Amended Her Guilty Plea: Producers Really Want to Tell “Her Story”

Jen Shah Is Still Filming ‘RHOSLC’ Amended Her Guilty Plea: Producers Really Want to Tell "her Story"

Despite Jen Shah of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City pleading guilty to wire fraud charges in a telemarketing operation, she was arrested in 2021, Bravo cameras will continue to film for her. While going through a difficult moment, she had Meredith Marks and Heather Gay there to encourage her.” Even deciding to plead not guilty was a difficult decision for the 48-year-old reality star because of her legal issues, a source tells People. “Producers don’t want us to stop following it now,” an insider said, referring to her arrest on Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, which was covered on the show.

On July 11, Jen amended her plea from not guilty to guilty

Which may spare her up to 16 years in prison. For the hundreds of people she deceived, Jen Shah will be forced to pay back $9 million-plus an additional $6 million. Jen has agreed to accept her punishment if it results in a sentence of 168 months or less in jail, and she now faces a maximum sentence of 14 years. No longer does Jen face a money laundering conspiracy charge after pleading guilty to wire fraud.

As strange as it may seem, the fact that Bravo wants to continue shooting someone who has admitted guilt is nothing new for them. With a 39-count indictment filed against them in 2013, Teresa and Joe Giudice from The Real Housewives of New Jersey were arrested. Bravo captured all the drama as it unfolded. Teresa and Joe were both sentenced to more than a year in prison, and Joe was deported once he was freed.

After joining RHOSLC in November of 2020

Jen joined RHOSLC in November of 2020 and was arrested in March of 2021 along with her previous aide, Stuart Smith, for drug possession. Initially, they both pleaded not guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of money laundering. In November 2021, Stuart reversed his judgment and was sentenced to 72 months in prison and an additional five years of supervised release.

“Ms. Shah is a wonderful person who crossed a line. According to Jen’s attorney Priya Chaudhry, she takes full responsibility for her acts and sincerely apologizes to all those who have been affected. Jen’s agents did not respond to an email from HollywoodLife when it tried to contact them.

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