Jen Shah has finally addressed the shocking Hulu documentary made about her alleged telemarketing scheme. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star sat down for her first major interview since pleading not guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering charges last year.
Her opinions about The Housewife & the Shah Shocker came during an appearance on Adam Newell's YouTube show “Up and Adam Live!”,which is set to premiere Wednesday, June 8. “I saw little tidbits here and there, right? But the documentary itself, I didn’t watch it because, first of all, they didn’t talk to me,” she revealed.
“They didn’t bring on credible sources or any facts or evidence pertaining to what I’m going through," Shah said while calling the documentary “TV tabloid trash” that she had “no interest” in viewing.
“That was my perception of it because I knew it wasn’t based in any facts,” the Bravo star explained. “So I didn’t watch it at all and my family didn’t watch it.”
The special featured interviews from alleged victims Penny Jo Pucket and Marie Walker (who are not apart of the prosecution’s case against Shah), as they told their stories about allegedly being scammed by the reality star's fraudulent business services company.
As Shah awaits her rescheduled trial date in July, she appears to have made amends with frenemy Meredith Marks and her son Brooks Marks after allegedly liking shady tweets about the sweatsuit designer last year and going head to head with the boutique owner during season two of the reality show.
On Saturday, June 4, Shah took to her Instagram to show herself excitedly opening up a large box of Brooks Marks clothing alongside the caption, “You don’t need Givenchy, you need @brooksmarks”🎶 I love my @shopbrooksmarks swag, Thank you so much!♥️#shahsquadapproved #rhoslc #firstclass #shahmazing.”
The jewelry designer left three heart emojis under the video while her son commented, "Love this!! ❤️🔥 looking fire in the BM apparel."
The social media interactions were a far cry from their relationship during the last season of RHOSLC, where Shah accused Marks of calling the feds on her following her arrest. The Chicago native also revealed she hired a private investigator after she and her family received threatening text messages that may have been from Shah.