Jen Shah asks followers to subscribe for her 'true story,' fans joke 'imagine giving her your email'
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH: Jen Shah has come out with her own 'true story' just a week after denying sitting for an Andy Cohen interview. The 'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' actress recently turned to Instagram to ask her dedicated followers to subscribe to her website so they may learn her entire story without any distortion or editing.
Jen has publicly distanced herself from 'RHOSLC' and denied an interview with Andy. The reality star who pled guilty to partaking in a telemarketing operation that misled victims, many of whom were elderly folks, was recently sentenced to 6.5 years in jail. "I will not be doing the 1:1 with Andy Cohen and Bravo because of their unwillingness to remove contractual provisions that would allow the network to legally make misrepresentations of me and my story, relating to any and all topics, prior to and during the course of my participation," Jen wrote in an Instagram statement on January 19.
Jen emphasized that she was under no obligation to appear in this interview with Andy because it was not mandated under her contract. "I promised myself and my loving family that I would not allow this portion of my life to be sensationalized or inaccurately conveyed," she said. "Too many people have been hurt by my actions and my inability to control my own narrative. I would rather remain silent and wait until I am able to accurately share my story than continue having complete lies and misrepresentations about me smeared across the headlines."
The Bravo actress suggested that her side of the story will be revealed to the public "very soon." "I intend to speak and you will hear from me. I will share my story and this painful part of my life very soon," she concluded.
Jen has since revealed her side of the story, not even a week after making that comment. On January 25, the Bravo star posted on Instagram, "Thank you to my loyal fans who have remained supportive through this tough, yet very enlightening time in my life. With the strength of my husband, children, close family, and friends — I am ready to tell my true story without any misrepresentations or editing present."
She then asked her followers to subscribe, so she could "tell my truth, and give you an inside look into the real Jen Shah" before directing them to the link. "More details to come…," she ended.
However, as soon as Jen's post went live on Instagram, people responded negatively, with many doubting if they should be sharing their personal information with her. One person quipped, "Imagine giving her your email." Another person while calling it a 'scam' wrote, "Don’t go to her website and subscribe. I bet it’s a scam." Another person who feels they are yet to find the truth, wrote, "I’ll bet an entire paycheck she’s just gonna lie. Can she just go to jail already?" However, people who are still dying to get some 'tea' on her wrote, "We need to coordinate one person to sub and then distribute the tea."
Jen Shah is expected to surrender to the authorities on February 17.
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