RHOSLC’s Jen Shah is headed to jail for 6 and a half years, beginning in mid-February. But prior to the homemaker leaves, Media take Out verified that she’s preparing to inform her story through her own site.
Is she composing a book? Is it a paid membership service? It’s unclear yet.
Jen Shah chose not to appear to the Season 3 reunion, and likewise cancelled a 1-on-1 interview with Andy Cohen where she was set to explain the charges versus her – and what occurred.
Jen composed on her Instagram that she would not talk to with Bravo “because of their unwillingness to remove contractual provisions that would allow the network to legally make misrepresentations of me and my story, relating to any and all topics, prior to and during the course of my participation.”
“This specific 1 on 1 interview was not part of my RHOSLC reality TV contract,” Jen continued. “I promised myself and my loving family that I would not allow this portion of my life to be sensationalized or inaccurately conveyed.”
Media Take Out verified that under the Bravo agreement, the manufacturers can generally comprise ANY story at all (whether real or incorrect) about any homemaker.
Jen will be sharing her story on her own terms through this upcoming site DearJenShah.com, which doesn’t have much info at the minute aside from a call-to-action to subscribe through e-mail in order to hear her story.
But b mindful the info that you share on the site, if you go. As Media Take Oiyt reported, Jen has actually been founded guilty of scams and identity theft.
Tags ·Jen Shah
GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings