Attorney Jen Shah Faces Prison with Strength and New Tattoos

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Jen Shah is ready for the “challenges” that lie in front of her as she reports to prison on February 17. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City alum want to be “a better person” when she walks out of prison in six and a half years. “Jen Shah’s resolve to make her victims whole and to turn her life around is unyielding,” a statement from Jen’s attorney, Priya Chaudhry, read, per PEOPLE. “She is committed to serving her sentence with courage and purpose, fueled by her desire to make amends for the hurt she has caused and to help others in her new community,” the statement continued. Chaudry noted that “no obstacle” will stop Jen “from making the most of her time in prison.”

“Her path ahead will be filled with challenges, but with the unwavering love and support of her family and friends, Jen is prepared to face these challenges head-on and emerge from this experience a better person who makes a positive impact on others.”

Meanwhile, Jen showed off two new tattoos on Instagram just days before reporting to prison. Jen got “Keiki,” the Hawaiian term for “baby” or “child,” tattooed on her right forearm. Then on her left forearm, she got the names of her two sons – Sharrieff Jr and Omar, as well as her husband, Sharrieff Shah.


Jen Shah is set to report to prison on February 17.

 Jen Shah is expected to serve a sentence of six and a half years.

Jen Shah is determined to become a better person during her time in prison. She is committed to making amends for the hurt she has caused and helping others in her new community.

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