Jen Shah in “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” After being released from prison on probation, she was ordered to attend a mental health treatment program.
Shah, 49, was found guilty. 78 months imprisonment Federal prosecutors have accused the Shah of being the leader of a “national telemarketing fraud scheme” that has victimized thousands of people. Stated.
She was ordered to appear before the Federal Prison Service on February 17, according to a ruling filed last week in federal court for the Southern District of New York.
After her release, Shah will receive five years of supervised release, which includes mental health treatment approved by the U.S. Probation Service.
“You must continue to take your prescribed medications unless your healthcare provider tells you otherwise,” the order said. “You must contribute to the cost of services provided based on your ability to pay and the availability of third party payments.”
Shah has stated that she suffered from depression and was on antidepressants during an episode of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.” In a recent episode, Shah revealed to her castmates that she attempted suicide after being indicted in a federal lawsuit.
Shah said she locked the toilet and her husband broke the door. She said she was hospitalized for over two days.
In a statement filed in court in December, Shah attributed her actions in part to “some personal painful experiences I’ve had in my life”, including the deaths of my father and grandmother. and asked for leniency.
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