A member of “The Real House Wives Of Salt Lake City”, Jen Shah has been involve in some real drama outside of the reality show. The reality TV star was arrested for an alleged wire fraud and massive telemarketing scheme.
The reality TV star was seen taken into custody by a Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent on Tuesday 30th of March. Jen was in a blue Jean and a thick jacket with a leapard print boot, with her nose well covered and her handcuff free hand well placed in her pocket.
Jen had just left the set of ‘RHOSLC’ when she got arrested by Homeland Security Investigations NY around 10:am MT in the parking lot of a small trip mall in Salt Lake.
Jen’s Aide, Stuart Smith was also charged with her on an account of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Both were alleged to conspired to victimize over 10 people over the age of 55 in six states namely Arizona, New York, New Jersey, Nevada and Utah. Both were said to be showing off their lavish lifestyle to the public as a symbol of their ‘success,’ ” said Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent-in-Charge Peter Fitzhugh in a release, a lifestyle built at the expense of vulnerable older working class people.
The charge for wire fraud attracts a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison, while the conspiracy to commit money laundering charge may come with a penalty of 20 years.
Jen was brought to the Salt Lake City federal courthouse and made an appearance before United States Magistrate Judge Dustin Pead on the same day. She was later pictured leaving the courthouse and being taken away inside a vehicle.
Jen seen leaving May mean she doesn’t have to spend time in custody, though not sure if she was released on bail.