Afterwards Andy Cohen gathered dozens of housewives for his own Watch what’s happening live! Legend’s Ballspeculation began to swirl Jen Shah tried to crash the party.
“Yeah, it was a little crazy,” Tamra Judge said Access Hollywood on Saturday, Oct. 15, noting that Jen, 49, randomly showed up in her hotel room and declared that everything was “fine” and that she was “not going to jail.” The The Real Housewives of Orange County star, 55, went on to note that Jen was hoping to sneak in WWHL tape recording but there was “too much security”.
Tamra added, “She came to the Gansevoort rooftop party and I think she left quickly. ‘[Jen] it’s not going anywhere,’ she said.”
While the California native claims to be The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City the person wanted to enter, Heather Gay and Meredith Marks he did not witness such an exchange.
“What kind of crazy rumor is this? What? Well, Jen Shah isn’t trying to do anything, so if that’s said, then I’d believe it,” Heather, 40, exclusively said. Us Weekly on Saturday at BravoCon 2022. “I didn’t see her at Look What’s happening live. Am I fair to answer that? I didn’t want to implicate myself or others.”
The Shah Lashes founder also opened up about her claims that she crashed the festivities on Friday, October 14.
“Anyone who believes I crashed anyone’s party needs a reality check, I’m the party,” Jen tweeted on Saturday. “I also got paid for BravoCon, stop worrying about where I am. If I wasn’t at your event, party or panel then it wasn’t worth my time. Thank you for keeping my name in your mouth and being trendy.”
The fashion designer – who earlier this year changed her plea to her ongoing fraud case – also did not attend RHOSLC cast panel on Saturday. Heather and Meredith, 50, joined them on stage Lisa Barlow and Whitney Rosein which Lisa, 47, told the moderator Karamo Brown that she felt “emotionally manipulated” because Jen changed her plea.
“I don’t think we took our emotions into account at all because we had a friend who pleaded guilty to a federal crime that carried up to 30 years in prison,” Heather said. Us after the conclusion of the council. “So I wasn’t worried about how I felt inside, I was just worried about how her family felt and how, you know, they were going to get through this.”
Meredith, for her part, added at the time that she was “shocked” by the legal drama.
“Yeah, I mean, for me it was like, of course, you have a surprise, all these things go through your head. You’re shocked and wondering, ‘Wait, what happened?’ But while all this is happening, the concern is for Jen and her family, and of course for the victims,” noted the jewelry designer. Us. “Whether it was Jen’s fault or not, [the victims] always existed, we knew that. And so, it was something I always felt sorry for anyway. But my point is, it’s not about me.”
Jen and the assistant Stuart Smith were arrested in March 2021 for their alleged role in a telemarketing scheme that defrauded more than 100 victims. Although the couple initially pleaded not guilty to all charges, the Bravo star eventually changed his plea in July. Her sentencing is scheduled for November 28, and she faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and five years of parole.
With reporting by Christina Garibaldi