Jen Shah’s punishment doesn’t end when she completes her prison sentence.
The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star must enter a mental health treatment program after she finishes her 6-and-a-half year stint behind bars, documents obtained by Page Six show.
Shah will be under supervised release for five years once she’s set free, which is when she’ll participate in the program.
The documents, which we first reported by TMZ, also state Shah, 49, must continue to take her prescribed medication when she gets out of prison unless a doctor says otherwise.
The reality star’s probation officer must approve of the mental health program she chooses, and she will undergo drug testing 15 days after her release and “at least” two other drug tests thereafter, as determined by the court.
She’ll also have to make installment payments toward her restitution in the amount of 15 percent of her gross income.
Moments before she received her sentence for wire fraud, Shah apologized to her family and her victims for the crimes she committed against them.
“I am sorry. My actions have hurt innocent people. I want to apologize by saying, I am doing all I can to earn the funds to pay restitution,” she said while in court.
Shah pleaded guilty in July in connection with a telemarketing scheme, in which she scammed thousands of people out of money, mainly targeting the elderly.
The Bravolebrity’s case has been headline-making news since the feds arrested her on March 30, 2021 — while filming “RHOSLC.”
The disgraced TV personality claimed for months that she was going to “fight” the case because she was “innocent,” but then changed her tune and pleaded guilty.
Jen is scheduled to surrender to the federal penitentiary in Texas on Feb. 17.
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