“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Jen Shaw pleaded guilty Monday to her federal fraud case, according to Page Six court documents.
Shaw appeared in Manhattan federal court at 10:30 a.m. before U.S. District Judge Sidney Stein, when he turned himself in. Her earlier not guilty plea.
Because Bravopritty pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with telemarketing, the U.S. Attorney agreed to drop two counts, conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Judge Stein confirmed that Shaw, 48, understood the change and faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and five years of supervised release, but his plea deal called for 11 to 14 years behind bars and $9.5 million in restitution. .
He faced up to 50 years in prison before one count was dropped and was scheduled to go to trial on July 18.
His sentencing is now scheduled for November.
The reality TV star, who previously vehemently denied the allegations against her, apologized for her actions and pleaded guilty in court on Monday.
When asked what she did, Shah replied, “Wire fraud, offering services of no value. We used interstate phones and emails. I know many of the buyers are over 55. I am very sorry,” According to Matthew Russell Lee of Inner City Press.
He also admitted that he knew what she was doing was “wrong and illegal”.
No official documents regarding the petition change have been released yet.
Shaw’s attorney did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Shah alleged Cheated hundreds of people Through a widespread telemarketing program, targeting the elderly, without cash.
Bravo star, who Last week she was spotted in New York City drenched in Gucci clothesHis latest appeal on social media is yet to be resolved.
Shaw’s March 2021 arrest “RHOSLC” Season 2 was filmed and aired. Season 3 began filming with Shaw earlier this year, but it’s unclear if Bravo was still filming him in recent days.
Shaw said earlier “against this” when The “RHOSLC” reunion aired in March.