Jen Shah wears a shirt of ‘RHOSLC’ to NYC court with ‘Seinfeld.’
Jen Shah, Ahoy there!
The star of “Real Housewives of Salt Lake,” a rocking fishnets, red-soled heels, a belt covered with more than 60 pearls – and a poundy shirt straight from a classic “Seinfeld” episode rolled in at the Manhattan Federal Court to hear it. The rocking fishnets.
A normal stoic court officer, “I realized it was a porn star, or a ‘real homewife’ case,” even caught the eye when he spotted Shah around the press. The flamboyant ensemble even attracted the attention.
The 47-year-old reality-TV actress and her assistant, Stuart Smith are suspected of carrying on a telecommunications fraud where victims, including elderly individuals, have been urged to engage in questionable web projects and fake business services.
The session on Tuesday intended to conclude in the case a trial date.
Shah walked up with a diamond-encrusted brook on her neck for a blinged audition. She also had a big ring of gold on her right hand and a couple of beautiful silver bands on her left — one with a massive diamond. The celebrity of reality wore a huge Chanel-handbag, thunderingly lettered, with “Chanel Paris.”
Shah, who was detained at the end of March, faces up to 30 years in prison guilty on conspiracy counts for wire fraud and money-laundering conspiracy.
But Tuesday, none of it seemed to be with the singer, who told The Post that she had spent some time with the Big Apple outside the courthouse.
She said, “New York is really great,” adding that “food” is the most important part of the city.
When Shah talked to the Post she tried to position her client in front of her recently retained lawyer Priya Chaudhry to block her from her cameras — The Post’s photographer said, “I’m going to destroy all your photographs.”
The US DR Judge Sidney Stein set Shah and two other defendants a trial date of 7 March, which will include a final pre-trial hearing on 15 February. The proceedings were initially slated for October, but Judge Stein noted that due to the tightening of COVID-19 protocols in the courts in the Delta version, it could probably not happen.