Jen Shah clears up legal issues as she strikes a pose at fashion boutique event
She was at the center of a legal scandal.
But Jen Shah’s issues seemed far out of mind as the Bravolebrity attended an event at Spoiled Boutique in Sandy, Utah on Tuesday.
The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City star, 46, caused a storm as she helped fans find their best fall / winter looks.
Fashionista: Jen Shah’s legal issues seemed far out of mind as Bravolebrity attended event at Spoiled Boutique on Tuesday
“Shop with Shah Day today for your fabulous Thanksgiving / Fall Winter outfits!” Spoiled posted on their Instagram. “So excited to have @therealjenshah at Spoiled Boutique today to do your beautiful ladies hair!” “
Dressed in a fur-trimmed outfit and leopard-print boots, Jen showed no sign of emotion as she posed a storm wearing a fur-trimmed top and leopard-print boots.
The star looked her best with her stylized raven look in loose waves and a face full of glamorous makeup.
If Jen was worried about her ongoing legal battle, she certainly didn’t show it as she danced and posed with friends on her Instagram Stories.
Steel expression: Dressed in a fur-trimmed outfit and leopard-print boots, Jen showed no sign of emotion as she posed a storm wearing a fur-trimmed top and leopard-print boots
Styled by Jen! The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City star, 46, started a storm helping fans find their best fall / winter looks
Dancing his worries: Shah laughed with friends at the store
The exit comes just days after a massive development in his legal file.
Jen’s assistant Stuart Smith changed his guilty plea in the event he and the reality TV star were accused of ripping off seniors in a $ 5 million telemarketing scam. dollars.
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen has maintained her innocence in the fraud trial, and her assistant Stuart initially pleaded not guilty to his alleged involvement in the scheme.
Strike a pose: Shah crouched down to the floor as she posed with friends
Look who’s here! Jen posed with fellow RHOSLC star Jennie Nguyen and daughter Karlyn
Say “cheese! Shah beamed as she posed with Karlyn
Pictured: RHOSLC star’s assistant Shah, Stuart Smith (above) changed his plea to GUILTY in a $ 5 million telemarketing scam … and could now face 70 YEARS in prison
Jen could face up to 30 years in prison if convicted, and she and her employee Stuart pleaded not guilty to an indictment in July – but have now turned her story around.
Stuart, 43, changed his guilty plea during an appearance before New York Southern District Judge Sidney H. Stein on Friday, PEOPLE reports.
He has now been released on bail and his sentence has been set for March 3.
Justice Stein said the maximum combined sentence for the three counts is 70 years in prison.
According to the report, he was arrested and charged in March with the following counts: one count of conspiracy to commit electronic fraud in connection with telemarketing, one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and one count of obstructing official proceedings.
What does this mean for Jen? Shah maintained his innocence in the shocking case
Court documents allege he victimized 10 or more people over the age of 55 in the elaborate scam.
According to PEOPLE, Smith read a statement admitting his crimes involving various telemarketing companies he worked for or helped set up between 2008 and 2021.
His statement began: “I knowingly and intentionally chatted and engaged with other people to devise a plan or operation to obtain money through misrepresentation by proposing and enticing people, many of whom were over 50. years or more, providing money to entities that I and others have been involved with.
Becoming clear: Shah’s assistant (pictured above with her on the show) admitted to knowingly defrauding elderly people in elaborate telemarketing scam
Smith went on to say that he “had come to realize that these telemarketing companies were misleading the clients of these entities by selling to individuals, many of whom were over 50, information that was supposed to be services aimed at improving their opportunities. commercial “.
He added: “The services sold had no value and no real benefit to the customer.”
In July, Shah and Smith were placed by federal agents in a group of suspects with “greater guilt” in the scheme.
TMZ reported at the time that the duo and four others were placed in the US Attorney’s “Tier A” category for alleged crimes against the elderly, accusing Shah of “orchestrating” the scam.
According to legal documents obtained by the site, the prosecutor claims that the group of individuals, including Shah and Smith, were “major participants” in the alleged scheme and “continued to participate” even when they were informed that “Criminal charges could be laid”. . ‘
The US prosecutor said the “level A” suspect was “responsible for orchestrating the larger plan” and named Shah specifically as someone who “obtained leads directly from major sources and provided them, among others, to coaching sales shops operated in Utah and Nevada. . ‘
Will it end in tears? Shah is seen having an emotional moment on the Bravo show