Jin Shah ordered to take medication and get mental health treatment as part of a 6.5 year prison sentence… after pleading guilty to botching thousands in wire fraud scheme
- Shah was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison
- Psychiatric treatment is required for her for five years of her supervised release
- Shah will also be required to take prescribed medications during that time
Jain Shah was ordered to take psychiatric medications and obtain psychological counseling after her release from prison, according to the documents she obtained. TMZ.
The 49-year-old Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City star has just over a month before she surrenders to federal authorities and begins serving her sentence for conspiracy to commit online fraud on Feb. 17.
On January 6, a judge sentenced the Real Housewives of Salt Lake star to 6.5 years behind bars in a federal prison in Texas, but with good behavior, she can be out in five and a half years.
Jail: Jinshah, 49, was ordered to take psychiatric medication and seek mental health counseling after her release from prison, according to documents obtained by TMZ
At the sentencing hearing, Jane entered “sensitive” information about her mental health saying, “Long untreated mental issues created my own fractured reality. With the right medication I can now see what happened.
I wish I could stand outside myself. I’m sorry. I have found solace in my volunteer work, with anti-racism and LGBT organizations.
With that in mind, the terms of her parole include entering a court-approved mental health facility and continuing to take her medication, unless a doctor decides otherwise.
The reality star faced up to 30 years in prison for entrapping thousands of people across the United States, many of them seniors, vulnerable women, and the disabled, in a telemarketing scheme that has made tens of millions of dollars.
During the hearing, the judge noted that Jane and her operation “brazenly continued and concealed her activities including taking operations offshore.”
Conditions: The ruling judge attached conditions to her release, including continued treatment and psychiatric treatment in a court-approved facility. Seen January 6 in New York City
Medication: During sentencing, Jane and her attorney entered “sensitive” information into the record, telling the court, “Long-existing mental problems have created my own fractured reality. With the right medication I can now see what happened.”
Crime: The reality star faced up to 30 years in prison for entrapping thousands of people across the United States, many of them elderly, frail and disabled women, in a telemarketing scheme that made tens of millions of dollars; Seen Jan 6th
Origins: Prosecutors say Jane “concealed her activities including taking operations offshore”. These assets, which are believed to be hidden if the government takes over Kosovo or Cyprus; Seen Jan 6th
It is believed that these assets would be hidden if the government took over Kosovo or Cyprus.
Other terms of her sentence include $6.5 million forfeiture and payment of up to $9.5 million in restitution. According to tweets from Inner City Presswhich immediately followed the proceedings. Jen, who sold merchandise related to the case through a third party seller, will use the proceeds from this endeavor as part of the refund.
The judge told Jane she would be on supervised release for five years to “make sure you don’t end up with another crime.”
Supervised Release: In addition to medication and treatment, Jin will be subject to supervised release for five years