Jen Shah wants to hire Kim Kardashian to be part of her legal team as she fights federal charges that could land her in prison for 30 years

Jen Shah would like Kim Kardashian to represent her in court.

After being accused of orchestrating a telemarketing operation that cheated elderly people, the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum faces up to 30 years in jail.

When the matter goes to trial in federal court later this month, the former actress is insistent that she wants Kim, a fellow reality star who is studying to be a lawyer in California, to represent her.

Shah was arrested in 2021, and the arrest was captured on video for posterity on the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.

She has entered a not guilty plea to one count of wire fraud conspiracy, one count of money laundering conspiracy, and one count of impeding an official action.

‘Listen, Kim Kardashian is not yet an official member of the Shah squad legal team,’ she remarked. When I said, ‘Do we need to add Kim Kardashian to our legal team?’ they thought I was joking. I was dead serious 100 percent of the time. ‘I’m a dead a**.’

Kim is able to ‘effect change’ in the law, according to the 48-year-old TV personality, who persuaded then-President Donald Trump to award Alice Johnson a full and unconditional pardon.

‘She has been able to advocate for those who have been wrongfully accused of crimes and effect change,’ she said. They’re innocent, therefore she’s been able to join the campaign to fight for them at the White House or with the administration to have them released.’

Jen, who is married to Sharrieff Shah, the University of Utah football coach, and has two kids, Sharrieff Jr., 26, and Omar, 16, has argued that she has been ‘wrongly accused.’

‘I don’t take this lightly,’ she added in a promo for the ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City: After Show.’ It is my life, and more importantly, it is the life of my family. I’m more concerned about them than anything else.

‘I don’t want my children, husband, mother, or family to be affected by this, so I have to fight.’ I’m not just speaking for myself and my family; I’m speaking for everyone who has ever been falsely charged or convicted of a crime they didn’t commit.



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