Months after Andy Cohen claimed he and his team had disengaged from Jen after she pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, Jen took to her Instagram page with a statement, stating that while she was actually invited to attend the taping after previously being cut, she ultimately opted against sitting down with Andy and her castmates.
“On September 14, 2022, I was informed by Bravo executives that I was not invited to attend the season [three] reunion. I was disappointed because I would have no venue to confront inaccuracies and address my storyline with cast members. Out of nowhere, on November 19, two and a half weeks ago, I was invited to attend. I was elated to learn I would now have a voice at reunion,” Jen revealed in her December 16 statement.
According to Jen, she informed the network that because her fraud case is ongoing, she would not be able to discuss the allegations against her nor would she be allowed to address her upcoming sentencing.
“I was clear with Bravo that out of respect for the courts and a standing judicial order, I would not be able to discuss anything related to my legal case or sentencing,” she shared.
But Bravo wasn’t happy with that news and offered a response to Jen, saying that they expected those topics to be discussed.
“Bravo found this unsatisfactory and said they expected to discuss this ‘storyline.’ That expectation has no regard for me or my family’s well-being,” Jen noted. “So under legal advice, I will not be attending reunion. I need to focus on the most important thing in my life-my family.”
While Jen will not be featured on the upcoming reunion, there have been rumors regarding a potential one-on-one special with Andy. And when Andy said at BravoCon that Jen’s guilty plea was “the end of… the engagement there,” he teased just that.
“I hope to sit down with her and talk to her at some point on camera because I have a lot of questions for her,” he explained.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season three airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.