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Real Housewives star Jen Shah sentenced to 6.5 years in prison
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for running a years-long telemarketing scheme that prosecutors say targeted the elderly and vulnerable, stripping them of their savings and maxing out their credit cards. Shah, 49, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in July in a dramatic defense U-Turn. She must present herself to be taken to prison on February 17, and will serve her term in a facility in Texas.Shah was supported in court by her husband, their two sons, other relatives - and her therapist. She wore a smart, beige outfit but had ditched the designer bags and jewelry she was known for on the Bravo TV show. Her attorney, Priya Chaudhry, begged for mercy on her behalf, saying she would 'never forgive herself' for what she'd done. Shah herself sobbed as she read a statement to the court, claiming her reality TV persona was nothing more than an act. She vowed to raise $6.5million in restitution to make victims' whole, and said she intended to do so from prison. Shah ignored questions as she left the courthouse, instead heading straight into a waiting SUV.  Scroll down for video  Shah and her husband Sharrieff emerge from court on Friday. She must report to the Bureau of Prisons on February 17 Real Housewives star Jen Shah arrives in court to be sentenced today for fraud.
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Real Housewives star Jen Shah sentenced to 6.5 years in prison
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for running a years-long telemarketing scheme that prosecutors say targeted the elderly and vulnerable, stripping them of their savings and maxing out their credit cards. Shah, 49, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in July in a dramatic defense U-Turn. She must present herself to be taken to prison on February 17, and will serve her term in a facility in Texas.Shah was supported in court by her husband, their two sons, other relatives - and her therapist. She wore a smart, beige outfit but had ditched the designer bags and jewelry she was known for on the Bravo TV show. Her attorney, Priya Chaudhry, begged for mercy on her behalf, saying she would 'never forgive herself' for what she'd done. Shah herself sobbed as she read a statement to the court, claiming her reality TV persona was nothing more than an act. She vowed to raise $6.5million in restitution to make victims' whole, and said she intended to do so from prison. Shah ignored questions as she left the courthouse, instead heading straight into a waiting SUV.  Scroll down for video  Real Housewives star Jen Shah arrives in court to be sentenced today for fraud. She is facing 10 years in prison  Jen Shah gripped her bodyguard's arm as she entered the courthouse on Friday morning  Reality TV star Jen Shah arrives at court in New York City to be sentenced for wire fraud  'You and the world know me as Jen Shah.
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Jen Shah sentencing: Woman who got restraining order wants court to hear her experience with Shah
A woman who obtained a restraining order against Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah in 2019 is asking the court in Shah's federal fraud case to hear her experiences with the admitted scam artist ahead of her sentencing.Shah, 49, last July entered a guilty plea to federal charges that she had put together a $5 million telemarketing scam targeted to swindle older people.Prosecutors in the case submit to the court documents asking the judge to review information in the case, saying that the woman who was granted the restraining order wrote them a letter asking for her voice to be heard prior to Shah's sentencing, which is slated for this Friday, TMZ reported after reviewing court docs in the case. The latest: A woman who obtained a restraining order against Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah, 49, in 2019 is asking the court in Shah's federal fraud case to hear her experiences with the admitted scam artist ahead of her sentencingProsecutors said that the information is relevant ahead of the sentencing as it is illustrative of Shah's character and how she conducted herself with other people.According to the outlet, the woman received the restraining order in Nevada amid allegations of Shah stalking and harassing her after she claimed that her husband was cheating on her with Shah.
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RHOSLC's Jen Shah requests reduced prison sentence... after pleading guilty to wire fraud
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah has requested a reduced prison sentence after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud.Five months after confessing to organizing a $5 million telemarketing scam, which preyed on hundreds of elderly people, the reality star – whose plea agreement calls for a maximum of 14 years behind bars – filed a sentencing submission on Friday.In documents, obtained by Page Six, the 49-year-old TV personality's lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, asked for her client to only serve three years in prison.  Disgraced: Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah has requested a reduced prison sentence after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud'We submit that such a sentence is just and fair because it takes into account Ms. Shah's history and characteristics, the facts and circumstances of the offense, and meets that a court impose a sentence that is 'not greater than necessary' to achieve the goals of punishment,' Shah's attorney wrote.   The mother-of-two, who is married to football coach Sharrieff Shah, argued that she had no 'direct contact' with any of the alleged victims and that 'this case has already cost' Jen her reputation. Additionally, Jen has experienced 'embarrassment, fear and shame' and 'would never do anything to risk more harm to her children' again.  Less time please! Five months after confessing to organizing a $5 million telemarketing scam , which preyed on hundreds of elderly people, the reality star – whose plea agreement calls for a maximum of 14 years behind bars – filed a sentencing submission on Friday'She knows the emotional and psychological toll that her sons have already been forced to pay.
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