Jen Shah is concerned for her safety after photos of the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” alum in prison leaked online.
“When I saw the photo and recognized the angle and location of where that photo was captured, I became immediately frightened,” Shah told TMZ through her rep, Chris Giovanni, on Thursday.
“I strongly believe the photo was not taken from the outside near the exterior gates, but rather deep inside the compound at FPC Bryan.”
The former Bravolebrity, 49, shared that she is paranoid about more damaging pictures surfacing in the future.
“I am so worried that the next photo secretly taken of me could be in the shower, using the bathroom or possibly changing my clothes,” she told the outlet.
Shah’s comments insinuated that prison staffers were behind the leaked photos or that they gave paparazzi access to the grounds.
She revealed her husband, Sharrieff Shah, is going to ask the Federal Bureau of Prisons to investigate the incident and that the football coach, 52, is currently in the process of writing a letter about the couple’s worries.
The report said the reality star-turned-convict became aware that the photos were circulating online when a fellow inmate was talking to family over a video monitor nearby and showed her the screen.
The images, which Page Six exclusively obtained earlier this month, showed Jen in her prison uniform for the first time since she began her five-and-a-half-year sentence for fraud in February.
She was seen walking in the yard of the Bryan Federal Prison Camp in Texas with an unidentified inmate by her side.
Dressed in a beige jumpsuit, the ex-“Housewife” added some flair to her outfit with gold earrings and a sleek ponytail.
Jen’s assistant revealed in March that she is doing “phenomenal” in the clink.
“She looks beautiful. Her skin looks so glowy. Her hair looks great,” he shared in a video on the criminal’s Instagram account, which he has taken over in her absence.
Jen has also been focusing on her fitness inside the minimum security camp, as her assistant said she was teaching a workout class “three times a week,” for which she has been nicknamed “Jen Fonda.”
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Jen was arrested in March 2021 for defrauding thousands of people in a telemarketing scheme, which she initially denied for months. But in July 2022, she changed her plea to guilty.
She was initially sentenced to six and a half years behind bars, which has since been reduced by one year, making her new release date Aug. 30, 2028.
Jen also has to fork over $6.5 million in restitution, which she may have to partially pay off using some of her pricey jewelry pieces.
She also seems to be having a hard time paying her lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, who has claimed the Shahs owe her $124,422.95 in legal fees and other expenses.
Chaudhry requested to fire Jen as a client, claiming she and Sharrieff have not followed through on repeated promises to pay their debt. The couple have yet to respond to the attorney’s allegations.