Jen Shah may be subtly trying to get a message out.
On Wednesday, January 18, embattled The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star shared and quickly deleted an ominous message to her Instagram Story which hinted to how she may be feeling since being sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for running a fraudulent telemarketing scheme.
“There’s something about a woman with a loud mind that sits in silence, smiling knowing she can crush you with the truth," the insightful post read.
The cryptic update comes two weeks after a New York judge decided Shah's fate for over half of the next decade. After pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for the scheme which targeted the elderly, the reality star will report to prison on February 17, where she will begin her life behind bars.
Before taking a guilty plea in July 2022, Shah maintained her innocence from any wrongdoing to her family, friends and the entire world. However, eventually she would admit to her crimes.
“Jen Shah deeply regrets the mistakes that she has made and is profoundly sorry to the people she has hurt," her attorney Priya Chaudry said in a statement following her sentencing.
"Jen has faith in our justice system, understands that anyone who breaks the law will be punished, and accepts this sentence as just. Jen will pay her debt to society and when she is a free woman again, she vows to pay her debt to the victims harmed by her mistakes," Shah's legal representative noted.
While the former direct response marketing expert prepares to serve her time, many people have expressed how Shah may have gotten a light sentence. As OK! previously reported, fellow Bravo star Brandi Glanville told Andy Cohen she thought her fellow housewife "got off light."