“There you go,” he added before thanking the caller. “Anyway, it’s been said before and I will repeat it again. “Reality TV is not the right avenue if you have anything to hide. Am I right?

Jen, for her part, is currently facing a maximum of 30 years in prison and up to $9.5 million in fines and restitution, in addition to a $6 million forfeiture. 

Following her plea change, her attorney Priya Chaudhry shared a statement with CelebHomes News. Chaudry explained that Shah was “a great woman who crossed a boundary.” Chaudry said that Ms. Shah accepts complete responsibility for her actions, and she deeply apologizes to those who were hurt. Ms. Shah also regrets her disappointment in her family, husband, children and friends. Jen pleaded guilty as she wanted to pay off her social debts and end this nightmare for her family.

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