Jen Shah is seemingly looking to make some extra cash amid her legal woes as she has officially joined Cameo.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star took to her Instagram Stories on May 11 to announce the news to her 140,000 followers. While holding her blinged-out, pink microphone — which she often uses on social media — she told fans to hit her up for a special, “shah-mazing” video.
“Hey, Shah Squad! You all know what happens when this microphone comes out… I have an announcement to make” she said in a video per The Sun. “I’m excited to let all of you know I am finally on Cameo. So, if you want to give a shoutout to a loved one, wish someone happy birthday, or simply tell someone to have a shah-mazing day, hit me up on Cameo. See you soon!”
The reality star is charging $99 per video, or fans can receive a direct message from Jen for the bargain price of $2.99. So far, she only has one review, which simply says, “Thank you.”
As fans know, Jen is currently free on a $1 million recognizance bond following her March 30 arrest for allegedly running a telemarketing fraud scheme. She has been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering, and she’s facing up to 50 years in federal prison if convicted on both charges.
Prosecutors allege that the reality star, along with her assistant, Stuart Smith, ran a years-long telemarketing scam that reportedly defrauded thousands of vulnerable victims — many of them elderly — out of millions of dollars.
Nevertheless, Jen is still filming season two of RHOSLC after the lead-up and aftermath of her arrest were reportedly caught on camera. According to sources, Bravo executives are expecting the second season of the show to be “ratings gold” and are planning to use as much footage as legally possible.
“Bravo knows full well that viewers are following every detail of this case and will continue to do so as it progresses, so producers plan to follow it just as closely and use whatever footage they legally can,” an insider explained.
Meanwhile, Jen is seemingly leaning on religion and her supporters while awaiting trial, which has been set for October 18, 2021.
“Thank you to those of you who that have shown my family and I real friendship, unconditional love [and] true loyalty during this difficult time,” she shared via Instagram on April 19. “Thank you for not judging me and not believing everything you read online. I asked Allah to show me who my real friends are and he has. Allah Akbar.”
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season two is expected to premiere on Bravo sometime later this year.
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