An interview by “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Jane Shah in the early years shows that she bragged about her millions before being arrested for fraud.
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Jane Shah bragged about how her job made her rich: ‘Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do for money’
Bravo shared an old interview with Shah on the first episode of RHOSLC in which she bragged about how much money she made on her job.
“What I’ve done for the past 20 years is direct response marketing. What you have to do for the money,” says Shah in the interview that Bravo noted was filmed on December 9, 2019. I’m like the Wizard of Oz.”
The interview was shared during the RHOSLC season premiere, which will feature Shah Shortly before the admission of guilt for conspiring to commit an online fraud on July 11th.
In the trailer for the upcoming season, Shah is seen describing how the arrest and charges have affected her life since then.
“I want to kill myself and not be here,” she says. In a separate clip, she said, “He took everything from me. Everything!”
Shah’s arrest on Season 2 of RHOSLC featured an infamous bus trip that derailed.
Initially, Shah pleaded not guilty to the charges against her, but after all the other people arrested beside her changed their pleas to guilty, she did too.
Jennifer Shah, who portrays herself as a wealthy and successful businessman on ‘reality’ TV, and Stuart Smith, who is portrayed as Shah’s ‘first assistant’, allegedly created and sold ‘master lists’ of innocent individuals to other members of their scheme, Audrey stated. Strauss, the attorney general in Manhattan, has repeatedly defrauded press release. “In actual fact and allegedly, the alleged business opportunities that Shah, Smith and their co-conspirators paid on the victims were simply fraudulent schemes, motivated by greed, to steal the victims’ money. Now, these defendants are facing prison terms for their alleged crimes.”
As part of the petition “agrees to forfeit $6.5 million, pay up to $9.5 million in compensation and face up to 14 years in prison,” It was reported by NBC News in time.
“From 2012 to March 2021, in the Southern District of New York and elsewhere, I agreed with others to commit Internet fraud,” Shah said in court, according to Time magazine. “I did this by deliberately providing customer names to people who market business services that have little or no value… I knew this was wrong. I know a lot of people have been hurt and I am so sorry.”
Shah’s Instagram bio still reads, ‘Direct Response Marketing’ and ‘Entrepreneu’. Her sentencing date has been set for November 28.
Heather Jay still supports her co-star: ‘I’ll never shut the door on Jane Shah’
While Speaking with Today on September 29, 2022, interview, Heather Jay, Shah’s fried star and co-star, spoke of her constant support for Shah after her arrest.
“That’s what a good friend does. Even if every cell in my body is like, ‘Something’s not right,'” she told the outlet. “That’s not what you do when your friend is in trouble.”
She also said the support won’t stop, no matter what happens with her.
“I didn’t support Jane and her innocence as much as I only supported Jane on her journey,” Jay told the outlet. “If I’ll be Jane’s friend when she gets up and Queen and MVP, I’ll be her friend when she’s frustrated, pleading guilty and facing judgment. I’ll never shut the door in Jane Shah’s face.”
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