Jen Shah may be facing prison-but her drama “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” will not come soon.
Sources told Page Six that Bravo’s powers are planning to file federal fraud and money laundering charges against the core parts of the second season of the reality show, including exclusive footage of the embarrassed businesswoman being arrested.
The person familiar with the matter said: “Bravo is very clear that the audience will pay close attention to every detail of the case and will continue to do so as the case progresses. Therefore, the producer plans to pay close attention to and use legal Lens.”
“So far, they have filmed the preparations and consequences of Jenny̵
Shah has $1 million in bonds and is probably free to participate in the show, and Bravo executives see this as a highly rated opportunity they don’t want to squander.
An insider said: “There are very few Bravo’s popular products like’RHOSLC’ that are unexpected, and the team hopes to continue this momentum when it starts production in the second season.”
“Now, with the news of Jayne’s arrest, they will definitely get more successful news than they thought, especially because Jayne wants Bravo and her lawyer to allow the shooting to continue. She can only speak so much, Because it is still in progress.”
47-year-old Shah and her assistant Stuart Smith were arrested last week on suspicion of robbing seniors in a telemarketing scam, which dates back to 2012 as early as the end of March 2021 , The scam is said to have spread to six states.
Shah and Smith pleaded not guilty to all charges, and their trial is scheduled for October.
It seems that there is no job for her at all, as Andy Cohen, the executive producer of “Housewife”, said in Shah’s arrest earlier Monday, he said on the radio show, He “hopes and prays that nothing is true.”
At the same time, Shah broke his silence on social media over the weekend, writing: “Thank you for your loyalty and trust me, not the hype. This trip showed me who my true friends are. All my love.”
A representative for Bravo declined to comment.