'RHOSLC' Stars React To Jen Shah's Arrest In Shocking New Clip From Season Two Premiere
It's the moment that every Bravo fan has been waiting to see.
In a sneak peak of the season two premiere of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, cameras were on hand to capture the moment that cast member Jen Shah was arrested for allegedly creating and running a $5 million telemarketing scheme that defrauded and targeted elderly people.
In the clip, Shah — along with cast members Heather Gay, Whitney Rose, Lisa Barlow and newcomer Jennie Nguyen — all board a party bus en route to what appears to be a cast trip, when the 47-year-old receives a phone call from her husband Coach Shah.
"Hi baby, no, not yet. We're at Beauty Lab and Laser in the parking lot. Okay," Shah tells her husband over the phone.
As the mother-of-two listens intently to her husband, she quickly asks costar Rose to help her take off her mic. "Can you turn this off? Can you turn it off?" a visibly worried Shah begs as she made her exit from the vehicle, leaving her fellow housewives to wonder what was going on.
The next shot showed authorities as they approached the bus and remarked, "We're looking for Jen Shah."
Checking out her phone, Rose says "I have the f***ing chills" as she reads to the group a news report on what Shah had allegedly done. Barlow and Nguyen appeared shaken as Gay asked the question, "You guys, what if she's on the run? Someone had to have told them she was here."
Barlow later went on to say, "I don't think she's who we think she is," to which Meredith Marks answers directly back, "She's not!'
Another moment in the clip features a producer asking each one of the ladies in their confessionals the big question that left them all silent: "What do you know that you're not saying right now?"
If convicted for her alleged crimes — that have reportedly been going on for close to a decade — Shah will face up to 30 years in prison. Back in April, the reality star pled not guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering charges.