[UTAH, UNITED STATES]: The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star, Jen Shah, pleaded guilty to fraud in court documents obtained by OduNews.com.
OduNews.com reported that she pleaded to two counts of wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft. Shah pleaded guilty to wire fraud in front of a judge in Manhattan.
“Jen Shah sworn in to plead guilty on the first count of her criminal indictment in connection with telemarketing fraud scheme that prosecutors said preyed on the elderly,” Courthouse News reporter Josh Russell tweeted.
The US Attorney dropped count two of the wire fraud conspiracy in connection with telemarketing after their discovery that the Bravolebrity pled guilty to count one.
Jen Shah has had her sentence reduced from 50 years to 30 years. She now faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and five years supervised release following her trial scheduled to begin on July 18.
Her sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 28, the Monday after Thanksgiving.
Any official documents stating the specific charges dropped or information on a sentencing date have yet to be released.
Shah allegedly scammed several people out of a large sum of money. The scammer typically targets the elderly in an effort to instill trust in their victims.