Jen Shah's Spouse Requests Compassion From The Judge In Relation To The Fraud Sentence

Jen Shah's Spouse Requests Compassion From The Judge In Relation To The Fraud Sentence

Updated on December 23, 2022 18:30 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Sharrieff Shah Sr., the husband of Jen Shah, is begging the judge to be kind to his wife when she is sentenced for fraud on January 6.

The "Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" actress, who may spend up to 14 years in prison, has "real remorse," the 51-year-old told the judge.

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Jen has never been detained or placed under arrest for a crime. The letter in the documents obtained by news sources stated, "My wife's current legal situation was brought about by a confluence of events that came together at various stages and caused her to spiral out of control.

She made "catastrophically stupid business decisions" and formed relationships with "evil individuals," according to the college football coach, who continued.

The former attorney really claimed that he was primarily a fault, blaming his wife's poor choices on his continual travel and absence from home.

"I was unable to realize how terribly my wife was hurting because of my absence. Now that I think back on it, I saw she was spending more time by herself in our bedroom. While she waited for me to get home, she frequently dozed off on our kids' beds. She would frequently express to me how lonely she feels.

Additionally, he disclosed that she lost her father, grandmother, and grandfather around the same time that she is accused of running a $5 million telemarketing scheme that targeted the elderly.

According to Sharrieff, the reality star "took the first huge step in making things right by accepting her own culpability and accountability" when she pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in July.

His admission of guilt came less than a week after the 49-year-old asked for a sentencing reduction to just three years in prison.

Shah's attorney, Priya Chaudhry, stated in a sentencing submission that the proposed sentence "is just and fair because it takes into account Ms. Shah's history and characteristics, the facts, and circumstances of the offense, and meets that a court imposes a sentence that is 'not greater than necessary' to achieve the goals of punishment."

They also stressed how her husband and their kids, Sharrieff Shah Jr., 28, and Omar, 19, have already experienced "embarrassment, anxiety, and disgrace" as a result of the case.

She is aware of the emotional and psychological price her sons have already had to bear. She will devote the rest of her life to atoning for these wrongs.

Shah also had to pay up to $9.5 million in restitution in addition to her prison sentence.

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