Jen Shah’s punishment does not end after serving her sentence.
The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star will need to enter a mental health treatment program after completing a six-and-a-half-year stint behind bars, according to a document obtained by the Page Six show.
Shah will be placed under surveillance and in a program for five years after his release.
Documents first reported by TMZ state that the 49-year-old Shah must continue to take prescribed medications even after he leaves prison unless his doctor tells him otherwise.
The reality star’s probation officer was required to approve the mental health program she chose and, per a court order, take a drug test 15 days after her release, followed by “at least” two drug tests.
She must also make installments towards her return in the amount of 15% of her gross income.
Shortly before being sentenced for wire fraud, Shah apologized to his family and victims for the crime he had committed.
“I’m sorry. My actions have hurt innocent people. I want to apologize by saying I’m doing everything I can to get the funds to make amends,” she told the court.
Shah pleaded guilty in July in connection with a telemarketing scheme that defrauded thousands of people, primarily targeting the elderly.
Bravo Revriti’s case has made headlines since the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested her on March 30, 2021 while filming “RHOSLC.”
The infamous TV personality claimed for months that she was “innocent” and therefore intended to “fight” the case, but then changed her tune and pleaded guilty.
Jen is scheduled to be jailed in a federal prison in Texas on February 17th.