It’s not looking good for Jen Shah in RHOSLC.
Just days before the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star learns her fate, prosecutors have submitted new evidence for the judge to consider before sentencing.
Prosecutors want the judge to consider a 2019 restraining order before they sentence Jen on January 6. In the restraining order, a woman claims she had trouble with the reality TV star several years ago.
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According to the feds, the woman contacted them via letter to make them aware of Jen’s past behavior, and they believe this proves how Jen interacted with others and shows her true character. Prosecutors hope this new evidence will result in a harsher sentence for Jen.
In the restraining order filed in Nevada, the woman claims that Jen stalked and harassed her four years ago after the mom of two allegedly had an affair with the woman’s husband.
The drama resulted in a blowout between Jen and the woman after the unidentified woman sent screenshots of texts to Jen’s husband, Coach Shah.
After ignoring Jen when she tried to confront her, the reality TV star drove across state lines to address the woman in person. Jen showed up at the woman’s house at 2:30 am. The woman then called the cops and was ultimately granted a TRO.
Jen’s attorney, Priya Chaudhry, denies the claims against her client.
Chaudhry tells TMZ, “We have proof that this woman is lying about this alleged affair—an email from this woman to Ms. Shah’s husband dated four days after the restraining order in which she acknowledges that there was no affair. This scorned woman lied to the prosecutors in an attempt to exact her own revenge against Jen Shah.”
She continues, “Jen Shah has taken full responsibility for her mistakes and accepts that she should be punished for them. It is sad that people with an axe to grind would use this moment to detract from justice.”
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City airs Wednesdays at 9 pm on Bravo.