“There you go,” he added before thanking the caller. “Anyway, I’ve said it before I’ll say it again. If you have something to hide, reality TV may not be the avenue…Am I right?”
Jen, for her part, is currently facing a maximum of 30 years in prison and up to $9.5 million in fines and restitution, in addition to a $6 million forfeiture.
Following her plea change, her attorney Priya Chaudhry shared a statement with E! News. “Ms. Shah is a good woman who crossed a line,” Chaudry said. “She accepts full responsibility for her actions and deeply apologizes to all who have been harmed. Ms. Shah is also sorry for disappointing her husband, children, family, friends, and supporters. Jen pled guilty because she wants to pay her debt to society and put this ordeal behind her and her family.”
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