Jen Shah Attempts To Fight Costar Lisa Barlow In The Midseason Trailer For 'The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City'
Jen Shah and Lisa Barlow are about to go head-to-head in the upcoming episodes of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.
In the midseason trailer for the Bravo hit, released Friday, December 3, the reality star, 48, — who was arrested in March for running an alleged telemarketing scheme — attempted to start an altercation with the Vida Tequila founder, 46, by prompting a conversation about one of their fellow housewives.
As Shah and the ladies are traveling on a party bus, she insists Meredith Marks — who is not with the crew at the time — is “playing" all of her cast members.
“Jen, I can’t go backwards,” Barlow can be heard telling her fellow housewife. Shah then stands up, hovering over the mother-of-two as she yells “Shut the f–k up!”
Shah tries to lunge at Barlow as their castmates scream “No!” and “Oh, my God!” A camera man then intervenes and pulls Shah away from Barlow.
The aftermath of Shah being charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud — in connection to an alleged telemarketing ploy and conspiracy to commit money laundering — will play out in the second half of the drama-filled season.
“Where the f**k is everybody?” Shah cries to her husband Sharrieff Shah in the clip amid her legal woes. “I’ve been there for them this whole time. I didn’t f**king do anything.”
Shah's nemesis Mary Cosby — whose church, which has been dubbed a "cult," is also a main focus of the season — tells the alleged criminal in the teaser: “I pray to God you’re guilty — [I mean], you’re innocent."
“I am innocent," Shah quickly tells the church leader, 49. The two housewives have been at odds since season one, after Cosby infamously told Shah she "smelled like hospital."
As OK! previously reported, Shah pleaded not guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges against her. Her assistant Stuart Smith — who was also charged for the same crime and originally entered a plea of not guilty — recently flipped. Smith entered a guilty plea to three counts: conspiracy to commit wire fraud, money laundering and obstruction of justice.