“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Jen Shah claimed it was Lisa Barlow who called her son the N-word.
“I don’t want anyone looking after my kids that calls them the n-word,” the embattled reality TV icon, 48, tweeted on Wednesday, tagging Barlow.
The allegation followed Barlow’s appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” where she told host Andy Cohen she would be open to remaining in contact with Shah’s sons — Sharrieff Jr., 28, and Omar, 19 — if their mom goes to prison for fraud.
“I don’t know really know Jen’s kids but I think they’re doing great things,” the Vida Tequila founder, 47, said.
Shah’s allegations first came to light last month during an Instagram Q&A session, where she urged fans to guess which one of her cast members allegedly made a series of racist comments.
Aside from allegedly calling one of her sons the “N-word,” Shaw claimed the “Housewife” said “there are different kinds of black people.”
“For example, ‘black people from Compton are different from black people from Salt Lake City (note…my husband is from Compton),” Shah alleged, seemingly alluding to the fact the person was referencing her husband, Coach Sharrieff, who is black.
— Jen Shah (@TheRealJenShah) September 29, 2022
The unidentified “Housewife” also allegedly donated to Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign “4 times” and compared Shah — who is of Tongan descent — to the Disney princess Moana.
“Your people have the coolest hair; can I touch it?” she claimed the co-star asked her, noting that she’s “got receipts.”
She appeared in front of US District Judge Sidney Stein in Manhattan federal court in July, where she changed her previous not guilty plea.
Her sentencing is now scheduled for November.
“The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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