Real Housewives’ Jen Shah breaks her silence after not pleading guilty to fraud allegations
The US attorney from Manhattan Audrey Strauss A press release states that from 2012 to March 2021, the reality TV personality and her assistant “allegedly created and sold” lead lists of “innocent people so that other members of their program could repeatedly cheat”.
The US attorney from Manhattan added that both, along with other unidentified co-conspirators, “were greedily motivated to steal the victims’ money.” Most of the victims were reportedly over 55 years old.
On Friday April 2, Jen and Stuart pleaded not guilty to a virtual indictment. However, a judge ordered the Bravo star to put $ 1 million on bail. He stated: “There is a risk of escape here. It is not insignificant. I will release it on the following conditions: I will need a personal person.” $ 1 million appreciation bond. I will need $ 250,000 to secure this bond in cash or property. “
By order of the judge, she has a week to adhere to it.
Both Jen and Stuart could sit in prison for up to 50 years if convicted.