Jen Shah’s first photos after being sentenced to prison for fraud – Hollywood Life
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Jen Shah was seen leaving court after being sentenced to six and a half years in prison (78 months) for her involvement in a telemarketing scheme on Friday January 6 with husband Sharrieff Shah, 51, as she left federal court of New York City after receiving their verdict.
Jen Shah exits federal court after trial. (Mayer/MEGA)
United States District Judge Sidney H. Stein sentenced Jen Friday. Both her husband and their two children, Sharieff Jr. and Omar, were present at the court. Jen had pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud during her July trial, although she initially pleaded not guilty in March 2021. She must report to a federal facility by February 17, per NBC News. She was also sentenced to five years’ supervised release and “loss of $6,500,000, 30 luxury items and 78 counterfeit luxury items and payment of $6,645,251 in damages,” according to a press release from the Ministry of Justice.
Jen reportedly apologized for her part in the scheme and took responsibility while addressing the court. “Reality TV has nothing to do with reality,” she said loudly at the hearing The Los Angeles Times. “I am deeply sorry for what I did. My actions have hurt innocent people.”
As Jen left the courtyard, she seemed to look down as she was wearing an all beige outfit. She wore a peacoat over a matching outfit while holding a clutch bag and accessorised with a pair of sunglasses. She also wore leopard print shoes. Her husband was wearing a black suit and undershirt and a blue tie.
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Jen was arrested in March 2021 for fraud. (Mayer/MEGA)
US Attorney Damian Williams also spoke in the Justice Department’s press release about how Jen’s conviction sends a message to those who might attempt similar schemes. “With today’s verdict, Jennifer Shah finally faces the consequences of the many years she has spent targeting vulnerable, elderly victims,” he said. “This conviction and ruling demonstrates once again that we remain vigorous in protecting victims of financial fraud and holding those who engage in fraudulent schemes accountable.”
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