The Jen Shah saga just got a whole lot juicer.
After The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast member along with business partner Stuart Smith were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering for their alleged roles in a long-running telemarketing scheme — a new Hulu documentary will uncover the truth behind the headline making scandal.
According to the press release, The Housewife & the Shah Shocker — which is set to premiere Monday, Nov. 29, on the streaming platform — will deep dive into the allegations against Shah in contrast with the wealthy, successful businesswoman and “marketing executive” she portrayed herself as on the Bravo hit.
The trailer for the special featured interviews with former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dana Wilkey along with people who know Shah, 47, personally like her aunt Lehua Vincent and her childhood friend Beth Hahne.
The doc will also give the reality star's alleged victims — Penny Jo Pucket and Marie Walker — a platform to tell the world the story of how they were allegedly scammed by the fraudulent business scheme and the effect it had on their lives.
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Police and law enforcement will also be featured as they break down how the alleged scam worked. Shah's lavish lifestyle and endless spending in contrast with her secretive business dealings are also set to be discussed in the special.
The Utah resident faces a fraud charge that comes with a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison. The conspiracy to commit money laundering charge carries a maximum sentence of 20 years behind bars.
Shah and Stewart along with others, allegedly carried out a telemarketing scheme that defrauded hundreds of people — mainly the elderly — by selling so-called "business services" in connection with the victim’s online businesses.