Jen Shah doesn’t throw in the towel yet as she seems determined to prove her innocence.
When Jen is charged with money laundering and cable fraud, she makes it clear to her fans that she won’t be resigning anytime soon. Although she has already pleaded not guilty in court, she recently announced in a private DM that she intends to continue filming the second season of The real housewives of Salt Lake City.
The reality star has stayed active on social media and was named as a fan Andrew Zickmund She reached out to her on Instagram and reaffirmed her innocence.
In the DM that Christian Gray Snow shared again on the same platform, the fan asked, “Jen, are the allegations true?”
She replied, “I am innocent of these allegations. Please don’t believe that. They are accusations. We’ll prove my innocence. “
Then the fan asked about the show and wrote, “I hope so, Jen! Will you keep filming RHOSLC [and] share your story? “
“Absolutely,” she said simply.
It’s unclear if Jen spoke to her personal attorney about filming, but other prominent lawyers have included on the file claiming they would absolutely advise against filming if they were to represent the reality star. Many have claimed Jen could potentially further incriminate herself, others claim that it just wouldn’t look good given the indictment.
In the meantime, Jens is a co-star Heather Gay, admitted that after the shocking events that took place last week, she needed a little extra help to relax and asked Real Dallas housewives star Tiffany Moon for help.
“It’s been a whole week…. [Tiffany Moon] I may need some more aroma sthesia candles, ”she said on her April 2nd Instagram post promoting Tiffany’s line of candles. “Is there anything stronger than propofol?”
Prior to this final post, Heather Bravo Superfan revealed: Evan Ross Katz, that she was “shaken,” which is completely understandable considering that along with her co-stars, she was reportedly confronted by federal agents while they were looking for Jen.
Although her castmates are having a hard time processing the news, Jen seems pretty undisturbed as she continues to share “Free Jen” posts along with photos of herself in all glamor.
In her last hearing, Jen was accused of raising more than $ 5 million in crime proceeds over nine years after allegedly running a nationwide telemarketing program that defrauded hundreds of vulnerable victims. She currently faces up to 50 years in prison if convicted of both money laundering and wire fraud.
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