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Jen Shah claims new documentary prevents her from getting a fair trial

As the trial approaches for his alleged involvement in a telemarketing scheme, Jen shah calls for the criminal proceedings against her to be dropped.

In court documents filed with the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on November 30 and obtained by E! News on December 1, the lawyers of the The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City The star has asked a judge to dismiss his case, arguing that an ABC News documentary recently released on Hulu violated Shah’s right to a fair trial.

Title The Housewife and Shah Shocker, the documentary focuses on the federal investigation into Shah, 47, and his assistant Stuart smith, who have also been charged with defrauding hundreds of victims in a nationwide telemarketing scam.

The document features interviews with two Homeland Security Investigations agents, and according to Shah’s legal team, agents shared details of the star’s case that were not publicly available and “spoke out about his involvement. in the alleged scheme, his “lavish lifestyle” and his alleged treatment of the alleged victims.

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