After Jen Shah goes to prison, the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” enter a mental health treatment program.
according to TMZ, Part of Shah’s sentence after being convicted of wire fraud is that she will have to undergo mental health treatment during her five-year supervised release after she is finally released from prison. (probably less if the sentence is shortened for proper behavior).
Shah was ordered to appear before authorities on February 17, when he is due to begin serving time in a federal prison in Texas.
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After her release, the Shah’s appointed probation officer must approve any mental health program she chooses to undertake. Additionally, she was ordered to take a drug test 15 days after her release, after which she had “at least” two drug tests.
In addition, the Shah was ordered by the court to make installments towards the return of 15% of his gross income.
Ahead of his sentencing, Shah apologized to those who turned out to be telemarketing scams aimed at tricking victims into handing over money in exchange for bogus business opportunities.
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“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 pay reparations,” Shah said.