RHOSLC’s Jen Shah Reveals Shocking Prison Confession: Overcoming Denial and Facing Her Biggest Fear

New York, NY (Feb 18, 2023) – Jen Shah, star of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” recently opened up about her biggest fear while in prison, being in denial, and what made the charges against her real. In an interview with Reality Blurb, Shah also discussed the two things she brought with her to prison: a publishing journal and plans for her TV return.

Shah, who was arrested in March 2021 on charges of wire fraud and money laundering, expressed her fear of being forgotten while in prison. She stated, “I don’t want to be forgotten. I don’t want people to forget about me.” Shah also admitted to being in denial about the charges against her, saying, “I didn’t think it was real until I was in handcuffs.”

When asked about the two things she brought with her to prison, Shah revealed that she brought a publishing journal to document her experiences and thoughts, and plans for her TV return. She stated, “I’m not done with TV. I have a lot more to say and a lot more to do.”

Shah’s interview sheds light on the emotional toll of being in prison and the importance of facing reality. As a PHD in journaling, I encourage individuals to use writing as a tool for self-reflection and growth. Shah’s publishing journal is a great example of how journaling can be used to process difficult experiences and emotions.

Overall, Shah’s interview serves as a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope for the future. As she stated, “I’m not done yet. – Wasatch Defense Lawyers does not represent any parties mentioned above, nor is it our intent to represent any of the parties. If you would like to contribute to this story, or are in need of a legal consultation, contact us through our website or by calling (801) 980-9965 – Source: Reality Blurb (https://realityblurb.com/2023/02/23/rhoslcs-jen-shah-talks-biggest-prison-fear-being-in-denial-and-what-made-charges-real-plus-talks-2-things-she-brought-publishing-journal-and-tv-return/)

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