Bravolebrity is expected to be sentenced on January 6 for allegedly operating a telemarketing scheme where it targeted the elderly. In a new filing by the feds that NBC News They shared, calling Shah “the most culpable person charged in this case” and “an integral leader of a massive telemarketing fraud scheme that sacrificed thousands of innocent people.”
According to the documents, Shah’s team requested that her sentence be only three years. Shah has maintained that she is innocent of all charges, a storyline that appeared as part of the second season of the reality series Bravo. Throughout season 3 of the RHOSLCShah continued to claim that she was innocent of everything she was accused of. However, after the film wrapped, she appeared in court and changed her plea to guilty. Her motto this season says the only thing she’s guilty of is “imitating the Shah.”
The feds also pointed to Shah’s behavior after her arrest saying she “engaged in a years-long all-out effort to conceal her continuing role in the scheme,” and tried to capitalize on the scandal by selling “Justice for Jane” merchandise.
Before her sentencing, Shah chose to skip RHOSLC Season 3 reunion Make a statement on social media Claiming that “in deference to the courts and the injunction standing, I shall not be in a position to discuss anything relating to my legal case or the judgment I have rendered.”
Shah added that she would not attend the meeting and would focus on the most important thing in my life – my family.
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