‘RHOSLC’ Jen Shah Accuses Whitney Rose of Having Ties To Capitol Rioters & Lisa Barlow Defends Her

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Jen Shah is coming after her Real Housewives of Salt Lake City co-star, Whitney Rose, after she accused her of being behind Heather Gay’s black eye. 

Heather Gay

Jen took to Twitter to accuse Whitney of having ties to the January 6, 2021 rioters, but Lisa Barlow wasn’t having any of it. It all began after the recently aired Real Housewives of Salt Lake City episode where Whitney alleged that Jen was behind Heather’s injured eye. Jen tweeted a photo of Rose kissing Sara McArthur Pierce who had been a “friend of” on the show. Sara boasted about “peaceful protesting” at the U.S. Capitol that led to several deaths and injuries. 

Shah wrote, “Hey @whitneywildrose you blaming me for heathers black eye tonite was so very 1/6/21 of you. Guess you can’t hide that Insurrection spirit for long.” She ended the tweet with the hashtag, #Marywasright, referring to RHOSLC alum, Mary Cosby. Lisa Barlow came to Whitney’s defense and accused Jen Shah of being a liar.

The Vida Tequila owner tweeted, “Oh are you talking about YOUR bestie? Look at you trying to incite hate for @whitneywildrose. You could have been so amazing if you weren’t such a flip flop / liar. What did Heather cal [sic] you…… oh yes toxic. Your tantrums are so 2021. Tell your bestie hi.”

Lisa went on to post several photos of Jen with Sara where they were having fun together. Lisa teased, “I can keep them coming!”

Whitney responded to Lisa’s tweet with bomb emojis. Jen faces 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star is set to be sentenced on January 6. Despite her role in the scam that targeted the elderly, Jen hopes to serve a maximum of 3 years. She had her family, including Coach Shah and his eldest son write letters on her behalf pleading for leniency.

According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline, Sharrieff Jr. told the judge in the letter, “While I understand that there must be a consequence for these actions, I am asking that you view my mother through a lens of forgiveness and compassion. I believe that my mother recognizes her wrongdoings and will be a better service to society if given a sentence of probation.”

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