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RHOSLC’s Jen Shah teases major Bravo comeback despite being sentenced to 6.5 years in prison as she shares new glam shot

RHOSLC’s Jen Shah teases major Bravo comeback despite being sentenced to 6.5 years in prison as she shares new glam shot

JEN Shah has teased a potential RHOSLC comeback despite recently getting sentenced to time behind bars.

Days earlier, the Bravo star was given 6.5 years in prison for a telemarketing scam targeting elderly victims.

INSTAGRAM/therealjenshahRHOSLC star Jen Shah has teased her return to the Bravo series[/caption]

Getty Images – GettyShe was sentenced to more than six years in prison days prior[/caption]

On Thursday, Jen, 49, took to her Instagram Story to share a glammed-up photo of herself.

She appeared to be posing in a robe of some sort, which hung off one shoulder.

The star had long dangly earrings on, a full face of makeup and her hair looked like it was blowing in the wind.

She captioned the post: “Dress Rehearsal… See you soon.”

Jen included a GIF of herself wearing the same sparkly gown from her RHOSLC intro.

Fans have been buzzing about Jen’s fate on RHOSLC for some time now.

Ahead of her sentencing, it was announced that she would not appear on the upcoming reunion.

In December 2022, shortly after she pleaded guilty in her case, Jen explained the decision to her followers.

SITTING OUT

She said at the time: “I was clear with Bravo that out of respect for the courts and a standing judicial order, I would not be in a position to discuss anything related to my legal case or sentencing.”

Jen alleged that Bravo “found this unsatisfactory and said they expected to discuss this ‘storyline.’”

She added: “That expectation has no regard for me or my family’s well-being.

“So under legal advice, I will not be attending the reunion.”

In October 2022, Bravo big wig Andy Cohen suggested that the network had cut ties with Jen after her guilty plea, saying at the time: “Once we wrapped [filming for season three and] she pled guilty, I think that was kind of, unfortunately, the end of, you know, the engagement there.”

He appeared to backtrack, or at least suggest that fans haven’t seen the last of Jen just yet, however.

Andy alluded to the idea of doing a one-on-one with Jen, adding: “But I hope to sit down with her and talk to her at some point on camera.

“Because I have a lot of questions for her.”

JEN’S SENTENCING

Jen was sentenced to time in prison roughly a week ago.

A U.S. Sun reporter in court that day confirmed that the Bravo personality cried hysterically as she apologized for her crimes and that her family wiped away tears as her sentence was read out.

Jen was otherwise calm when her sentence was read out, according to The U.S. Sun’s reporter on the scene.

Her family – including her husband Sharrieff and their two sons, Sharrieff Jr. and Omar, and several of Jen’s friends – had their heads down and were seen wiping away tears.

Jen sobbed as she told the court: “The elderly command the most respect. I am the oldest of six. I was raised with respect, fulfillment of obligations, generosity and humility and loyalty. I have gone against those values.

“I am deeply sorry. I want to apologize to the victims and their families. I will work hard to gain the funds to pay them restitution. I am sincerely remorseful. I promise to repay every cent.”

Jen was arrested alongside her assistant, Stuart Smith, back in March 2021.

Jen went on: “I struggled to accept responsibility because I delusionally thought I did nothing wrong. I believed I was manipulated. Those are lies I manifested.

“After therapy, counseling and medication, I can see the situation. I wish I did better. I am sorry.

“I found solace in volunteer work with woman’s rights and anti-racism.

“I’m sorry to my friends and family for the shame and embarrassment, especially my husband and sons.”

She added: “Omar, Mommy is so sorry that you were woken up at gunpoint and handcuffed,” as her sons listened and bowed their heads solemnly. 

Jen concluded: “I accept the consequences. I will never return there again. I will never break laws. 

“I will change and evolve. Reading this statement will help me heal my heart that I shattered.”

She was charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

The TV personality was sentenced to six and a half years behind bars and five years of supervised release.

She must report to prison on February 17 at 2pm.

Jen has requested that she be allowed to serve her sentence in a Texas facility that is minimum security.

Initially, she was facing up to 30 years in prison.

The Real Housewives star agreed ahead of her sentencing not to appeal if she was sentenced to 14 months or less.

ALL THE ALLEGATIONS

She was accused of running a telemarketing scam that targeted hundreds of elderly people across the United States alongside several accomplices. 

Jen and Stuart had a “Business Opportunity Scheme” where they “sold alleged services” to help make the alleged victim’s companies more efficient or profitable.

According to court papers, this included “tax preparations or website design services.”

The victims were “elderly and did not own a computer.”

Jennifer and Stuart made efforts to conceal their roles in the Business Opportunity Scheme. 

In one example, they used encrypted messaging apps to communicate with others involved in this scheme. 

The scheme ran from 2012 to March 2021, according to the indictment

The star had previously maintained her innocence, especially while discussing the case on RHOSLC.

She placed much of the blame on her former assistant, saying at one time: “I got played by Stuart Smith.

“I would not be in this thing at all if it wasn’t for Stuart.”

She entered an initial not-guilty plea in April 2021.

Stuart, however, pleaded guilty back in November of that year to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with telemarketing, one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, and one count of obstructing an official proceeding.

Jen said in a statement to PageSix: “I’m fighting this. I am innocent, and I will fight for every person out there that can’t fight for themselves because they don’t have the resources or the means, so they don’t fight.”

She went on to add: “I will fight because No. 1, I’m innocent and No. 2, I’m going to f***ing represent every other person out there that can’t fight and hasn’t been able to.”

Jen’s home was swarmed by armed federal agents in November 2021. 

RHOSLC viewers saw homeland security agents swarm a bus the cast was riding on looking for Jen before hitting her house.

GettyJen pleaded guilty in a telemarketing scheme the targeted the elderly[/caption]

She previously proclaimed her innocence on the RHOSLCGettyGettyFans are eager to know what the future holds for Jen and Bravo[/caption]

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