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The U.S. Government Wants Jen Shah’s Cameo Profits

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The U.S. government is seeking to seize former Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah’s cameo profits, according to a new report.

Radar Online reveals that Baron App, also known as Cameo, has been subpoenaed by the U.S. government. The app is used by many Bravolebrities to send personal video messages to fans for a set fee.

According to the gossip outlet, a rep for Cameo responded to the U.S. government request and revealed in documents that they were “instructed to answer questions on whether the company had any money owed to Jen Shah in its possession.” The representative reportedly did not list any outstanding assets owed to the former RHOSLC cast member.

Fraudulent telemarketing scheme

As previously reported, Jen Shah was facing up to 14 in years in prison for her involvement in a fraudulent telemarketing scheme with the RHOSLC star pleading guilty to charges. She recently reported to prison to begin serving her 6.5 year sentence and will not only serve time, but has agreed to forfeit $6.5 million and make resitution of $6.64 million.

According to NBC News ConnecticutShah snuck into court back in July 2022 and plead guilty to the charges ahead of her looming trial, which was supposed to start on July 18, 2022. In addition to facing up to 14 years in prison, reports state that the reality star will also face millions of dollars in possible fines and restitution. Since pleading guilty, Jen’s sentencing was pushed multiple times, with the final date scheduled for January 6, 2023. Her switch to a guilty plea was covered on Season 4 of RHOSLC.

Prosecutors had originally been looking for at least a ten-year sentence.

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City is currently filming Season 4 with returning Housewives Meredith Marks, Whitney Rose, Heather Gay, and Lisa Barlow.

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