RHOSLC star Jen Shah's arrest and telemarketing fraud accusations will be covered in explosive new documentary

JEN Shah's arrest and the telemarketing fraud accusations she's facing will be covered in an explosive new Hulu documentary.

The upcoming show The Housewife & the Shah Shocker dives into the bombshell allegations made against the RHOSLC star.

Jen, 47, is facing charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

The ABC News documentary comes from the studio that also produced The Housewife & the Hustler – a show exploring embezzlement claims against fellow Bravo star Erika Jayne and her ex Tom Girardi.

Popular Housewives and Bravo commentators discuss the early confusion from fans around Jen’s wealth, employment, and need for multiple assistants, including Stuart Smith, who was also arrested in connection with the alleged scheme. 

The program features interviews with RHOBH alum Dana Wilkey, as well as Jen's childhood friend Cherise Newson and her aunt Lehua Vincent. 

In a rare interview, Jen’s former designer Koa Johnson opens up about his brief time working for her.

Interviews with alleged victims Penny Joe and Yvonne Marie reveal how they were duped by several companies involved in the alleged scam and the damage that wreaked havoc in their lives.

Cops, meanwhile, breaks down the inner workings of the alleged scam.

The Housewife & the Shah Shocker begins streaming Monday, November 29 on Hulu.

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Back in March, cameras were rolling as Jen was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a "telemarketing scheme.”

In addition to Jen, police arrested her assistant, Stuart Smith – who is also featured on the show.


They were each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with telemarketing and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

According to legal documents obtained by The Sun, they are accused of targeting senior citizens to scam them out of money in their alleged scheme.

If found guilty following the ongoing investigation, they could each potentially face up to 30 years in prison.

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