The former Real Housewives star, Jen Shah, plans to create a play inspired by the American reality TV series with her fellow inmates. Shah was reportedly sentenced to prison last January after pleading guilty to wire fraud.On April 6, Chris Giovanni, the manager of former Real Housewives star, Jen Shah, stated that the TV personality plans to create a play with her fellow inmates. The play is reportedly inspired by the American reality TV series and will be named “The Real Housewives of Bryan” as a tribute to their prison camp.
According to Bacardi, Giovanni stated that the production is in its early stages because the Real Housewives star is still teaching some of her fellow inmates how to read and write. Nonetheless, the script of the play will focus on the “housewives” being locked up at Federal Prison Camp Bryan in Texas. In addition, Shah is also participating in Ramadan by fasting and praying with other Muslim inmates every day.
Real Housewives Star Sentenced in Prison
According to Vera, last January, the Real Housewives star was sentenced to six years and six months in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud in July 2022. Shah has reportedly scammed thousands of people, mostly the elderly, in an extensive telemarketing scheme.
However, the Real Housewives star’s sentence was reduced by a year after she had begun serving time. Therefore, Shah is currently scheduled to be released on August 30, 2028. In addition, Shah must also pay $6.5 million in compensation to her victims. To date, the authorities are still locating some of her jewelry as part of forfeiture.