The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah has officially reported to jail for charges including wire fraud.
Jen Shah Is In Processing
The 48-year-old is reportedly in processing and will report right to FPC Bryan in Texas according to TMZ. Jen is set to do 6.5 years after pleading guilty in July to conspiracy to commit wire fraud involved with a telemarketing company, she was running with several others.
The prosecutor said that Jen was targeting and scamming people out of their hard-earned money with the scheme. Some say Jen lucked out because the feds wanted a hard 10 years for extensive crimes but the just took pity on her.
Jen was sentenced in January and the 6.5 years behind bars s only the beginning for the mom of two. Jen has a handful of stipulations to follow once she completes her jail time.
Jen Shah’s Probation Is No Joke
Once Jen is out, she will have five years of supervised release, this could mean that an ankle monitor is in her future. The stipulations in full say, “You must participate in an outpatient mental health treatment program approved by the United States Probation Office.”
Plus, “You must continue to take any prescribed medications unless otherwise instructed by the health care provider. You must contribute to the cost of services rendered based on your ability to pay and the availability of third-party payments. The Court authorizes the release of available psychological and psychiatric evaluations and reports, including the pre-sentence investigation report, to the health care provider.”
That outpatient treatment will also include drug and alcohol testing without warning.
Jen Shah’s Money Is Messed Up Too
We all know that Jen loves to spend money and the probation process after she is released from prison, unfortunately, has a chokehold on her coins as well. Jen’s probation officer will have “access to any requested financial information.”
In addition, she has to ask for permission to “incur new credit charges or open additional lines of credit” this is mainly for the sake of her restitution. Jen is responsible for paying back the elderly, sick, and financially desperate people she preyed upon to afford her “Shah-mazing” lifestyle.
The restitution for Jen is set at $6,646,251.00 and she has to put 15 percent of her gross income towards paying it down. Ahead of reporting to Prison, Jen got some fresh tattoos to help keep her supported and grounded while away.
Jen got her husband’s and two sons’ names tattooed on her arm in a straight line. Her son, Omar, the youngest son, also got a tattoo, “Keiki” the Hawaiian word for child. Jen is Tongan and proudly represents all over Utah and on RHOSLC.
Jen has alleged that her healing journey is what led her to realize that she is guilty and in doing so, plead accordingly. She shared that her mental health had taken a toll in the last several years which is what led to where we are now!
Good luck in jail Jen, maybe she won’t have to serve all 6.5 years.