The penalty for Jen Shah does not cease when she completes her prison term.
Documents acquired by Page Six indicate that the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” actress must undergo a mental health treatment program after she completes her 6-and-a-half year prison sentence.
Shah will be under supervised release for five years once she’s set free, which is when she’ll engage in the program.
The paperwork, which were originally published by TMZ, stipulate that Shah, 49, must continue to take her prescription medication after her release from prison, unless a physician advises differently.
The reality star’s probation officer must approve the mental health program she selects, and she must submit to a drug test 15 days after her release and “at least” two additional drug tests as established by the court.
In addition, she will be required to pay 15 percent of her gross income in installments toward her restitution.
Shah apologized to her family and victims for the crimes she committed against them mere moments before receiving her sentence for wire fraud.
“I am sorry. My activities have harmed innocent individuals. “I’m doing everything I can to earn the money to pay restitution,” she stated in court.
Shah pled guilty in July in connection with a telemarketing scheme in which she defrauded thousands of people, primarily the elderly, out of money.
Since her arrest by federal authorities on March 30, 2021 — while filming “RHOC” — the case of the Bravolebrity has made headlines.
The discredited television personality maintained for months that she would “fight” the case because she was “innocent,” but she later recanted and pleaded guilty.
On February 17, Jen is set to surrender to the federal penitentiary in Texas.