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RHOSLC’s Jen Shah reveals she suffered anxiety attack & begged ‘please help me’ before starting 6.5-year prison sentence

RHOSLC’s Jen Shah reveals she suffered anxiety attack & begged ‘please help me’ before starting 6.5-year prison sentence

REAL Housewives of Salt Lake City’s Jen Shah has shared an emotional experience that occurred before entering federal prison.

The RHOSLC star entered federal prison on February 17th to begin her six-and-a-half-year sentence for fraud.

Jen Shah admited she suffered an anxiety attackJen burst into tears while on Real Housewives of Salt Lake CityGetty Images – GettySWNSJen has been sentenced to 78 months in prison[/caption]

Jen, 49, revealed she suffered an anxiety attack before stepping inside FPC Bryan in Bryan, Texas.

In her lengthy Instagram post, Jen mentioned she “could not breathe” as her “hands went numb.”

The Bravo star “cried so hard” while Facetiming with her “oldest baby,” Sharrieff Jr.

She admitted: “I don’t know how I am going to do this.”

Jen concluded: “My worst fear and the unimaginable was about to happen – having to say goodbye to my sweet husband and precious baby Omar,” whom she got her tattoo with on her final day. 

“Please Allah help me, please.”

The reality star shares her sons, Omar and Sherrieff Jr., with her husband, Sharrieff Sr. 


Before turning herself in that same month, the TV star gave one final interview to prison consultant Justin Paperny of White Collar Advice.

Jen shared: “I’m going in with an 18-page release plan that has 11 different sections. I have deliverables in the release plan.

“I’m gonna be journaling the experience, documenting everything.

“This is not only my roadmap but what is going to hold me accountable for everything I told the judge in sentencing to make these victims whole.”

The Salt Lake City native continued: “I plan on spending my time waking up early, spending the early morning time writing, reading.

“I have built into my release plan the first 12 books on my reading list that I’ll be sharing with everybody.”

Jen planned to repay “every cent” to her victims and help other women at the prison to develop their own release plans.

She concluded: “I want to give back, and hopefully inspire other women and hopefully be able to teach other women, and create some sort of course or teaching program in the prison to teach this release plan.”


A rep for the mother of two told The U.S. Sun: “I am surrendering to serve a sentence in federal prison today. It is the price I must pay for the bad decisions I made. 

“People got hurt because of my decisions. While incarcerated, I will work to make amends and reconcile with the victims of my crime.”

The TV personality previously pleaded not guilty to the charge of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in April 2021 before changing to a guilty plea in July 2022.

She was found guilty of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with telemarketing and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

instagram/therealjenshahJen sat down on a bench and posed with her son Omar[/caption]

InstagramJen pictured with Sharrieff Sr. during happier times[/caption]

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