It’s not all Gucci.
Jen Shah purchased a slew counterfeit “designer” handbags and jewelry, which were seized by the feds just after she was busted for wire fraud and money laundering in 2021.
The authorities confiscated more than 50 fake items from the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star’s home in Utah, according to court documents obtained by Page Six on Friday.
Some of the faux purchases included counterfeit purses from “Louis Vuitton,” “Chanel,” “Fendi,” and “Jimmy Choo,” per the documents.
She also allegedly bought fake accessories from “Cartier,” “Tiffany & Co.,” “Louis Vuitton,” “Chanel,” “Dior,” “Hermés,” and “Bulgari.”
A rep for Shah, 49, did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment on the findings.
The Bravo star was arrested in March 2021 for allegedly ripping off hundreds of victims in a telemarketing scam, and it was “on or about this time” that the items were confiscated, per court records.
However, the inventory has just been released after Shah pleaded guilty in July.
The list of items, which also include some real designer goods, were forfeited in an effort to have the embattled reality star pay $6.5 million of the $9.5 million in restitution she owes.
Despite her fraud case, Shah often flaunted her supposed wealth on her reality show and in real life.
During Season 1 of “RHOSLC,” the TV personality bragged about making “millions.”
“What I’ve done for the last 20 years is direct response marketing. I make millions,” she boasted in a confessional filmed on Dec. 9, 2019.
“Hey, you’ve gotta do what you’ve gotta do for money. I’m like the Wizard of Oz.”
Then in July 2022, amid her court case, the mother of two was seen walking into a courthouse carrying a red Gucci handbag worth of more than $2,000.
In addition to the purse, she also sported a checkered black suit and a second, smaller Louis Vuitton bag worth upwards of $3,600 at the time.
However, Shah’s finances have appeared shady for a long time.
In March 2021, The New York Post learned that the $3.9 million Salt Lake City home she passed off as her “Shah Ski Chalet” on “RHOSLC” actually never belonged to her and was instead owned by the Texas-based real estate rental company, Univesco Inc.
Shah faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and five years of supervised release, but her plea agreement called for only 11 to 14 years behind bars and restitution of up to $9.5 million. Her sentencing has been pushed back to take place after the holidays.
TMZ was first to report the news of her fraudulent goods.
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