Real Housewives from Salt Lake City JEN SHAH…Plans to Explain What She Did to Get Incarcerated!!

RHOSLC’s Jen Shah faces six and a half years in prison starting mid-February. But before the housewife leaves, Media Take Out confirmed that she plans to tell her story through her own website.

is she writing a book? Is it a paid subscription service? Its not clear yet.

Deciding not to show up for the Season 3 reunion, Jen Shah also canceled a 1-on-1 interview with Andy Cohen to explain the charges against her — and what happened.

Jen wrote on her Instagram that she would not do an interview with Bravo “because they are unwilling to remove contractual provisions that would allow the network to make legally false statements about me and my story before and during that.” my participation relates to all topics.”

“This particular 1-on-1 interview was not part of my RHOSLC reality TV contract,” Jen continued. “I have promised myself and my loving family that I will not allow this part of my life to be sensationalized or inaccurately portrayed.”

Media Take Out confirmed that under the Bravo contract, the producers have the right to invent basically ANY storyline (true or false) about any housewife.

Jen will be sharing her story on her own terms through this upcoming website, which doesn’t have much information at the moment other than a call to action via email to hear her story.

But be careful with the information you share on the site when you go. As Media Take Oiyt reported, Jen was convicted of fraud and identity theft.

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