Jen Shah's prison sentence REDUCED by a YEAR trends now
Jen Shah is going to be released from prison a year earlier than expected, after she was sentenced to 6.5 years for a telemarketing scheme that preyed on the elderly and vulnerable.
Page Six reports her prison sentence has been reduced by one year, with her release date now set for August 30, 2028.
A rep for Shah, 49, told People in a statement that the Bravolebrity remains 'committed' towards making amends with her victims and hopes to return home 'as soon as possible.'
'I have spoken with my client Jen Shah over the phone this week — she is doing well and remains committed towards making her victims whole,' Shah's rep said.
'She has initiated her payments towards restitution, and we hope to have her home as soon as possible so that she may resume life with her family and work, putting this chapter of her life behind her.'
Sentence reduced: Jen Shah is going to be released from prison a year earlier than expected, after she was sentenced to 6.5 years for a telemarketing scheme that preyed on the elderly and vulnerable; pictured January 2023
Shah, one of the most bombastic characters on the Bravo show, was locked up last month after eventually admitting to a years-long telemarketing scam that preyed on the elderly and vulnerable.
Her surrender to prison on February 17 came after she pleaded guilty to fraud last year - despite previously protesting her innocence for months both on-air and on social media.
She was sentenced to over six years in prison after admitting to orchestrating a telemarketing scheme that targeted susceptible elderly and