Brandi Glanville thinks Jen Shah obtained a slap on the wrist as a substitute of a deserving jail sentence.
Glanville gave her two cents on “Watch What Happens Live” Wednesday after “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star was sentenced to six-and-a-half years, or 78 months, in jail for wire fraud.
Shah, 49, pleaded responsible in July for working a nationwide telemarketing scheme, during which she scammed hundreds of individuals out of cash, primarily focusing on the aged.
But in accordance with Glanville, Shah managed to get off flippantly.
“My grandma’s birthday is immediately. She is 95, Grandma Hazel. No, it’s not truthful. She ought to do extra time,” the 50-year-old actuality star instructed host Andy Cohen.
After Cohen clarified whether or not Glanville introduced up her grandmother as a result of the aged have been taken benefit of within the scheme, the mother of two responded, “Yeah, she ought to do extra time.”
Glanville then added she “completely” believes that Shah’s husband, Sharrieff “Coach” Shah, was conscious of what she was as much as.
“Once an legal professional, at all times an legal professional,” she added, referring to Sharrieff’s former profession within the authorized subject.
Following the New York City court docket listening to final week, Jen — who was going through a most of 14 years — issued an apology to the victims in addition to her household.
“I’m profoundly and deeply sorry,” she tearfully mentioned, earlier than confessing to going “towards” her core values of “humility and loyalty and respect.”
She is scheduled to give up on Feb. 17.
The actuality star was arrested in March 2021 as cameras rolled for “RHOSLC” Season 2.
The disgraced TV character claimed for months that she was going to “combat” the case as a result of she was “harmless,” however then in the end modified her plea in July 2022.
Her eventual admission price her a seat on the “Salt Lake City” Season 3 reunion.