"Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" star Jen Shah didn't attend the reunion and denied a sit-down interview with Andy Cohen ahead of checking in for her jail sentence next month, but she is giving fans a chance to hear "her story" ... but there's a catch.
On Wednesday Shah announced that fans could subscribe to her website to get her side of the story, but fans and critics are up in arms that a woman who was convicted of defrauding millions of people via their personal information is asking people for their personal information ... again.
"Thank you to my loyal fans who have remained supportive through this tough, yet very enlightening time in my life. With the strength of my husband, children, close family, and friends — I am ready to tell my true story without any misrepresentations or editing present," she wrote on Instagram. "Please visit DearJenShah.com and subscribe as I tell my truth, and give you an inside look into the real Jen Shah."
Fans took to Twitter to show their shock at her new plan.
"This is such a bad look," someone wrote. "Why will she not go away???? I don’t understand why people still give her a platform," someone else said.
"I know a scam when I see one," another fan commented.
"What matters is you are going away for deceiving honest people out their life savings. What matters is you are a fraud a liar and probably one of the lowest forms human excrement with zero self awareness," someone tweeted. "What matters is you're going away and it could not happen soon enough."
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