The 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom, 9,420 sq. ft. home in Park City sits on a 1.19 acre lot. It is currently listed for $3,995,000 and has a pending sale.
On the premiere season of RHOSLC, Shah made it appear the home was hers and even nicknamed the property the "Shah Ski Chalet."
The problem with the portrayal is the property has actually been owned by a Texas-based real estate company named Univesco Inc. since 2014.
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The home is massive and sits on the 8th and 10th holes of a renowned Utah golf club. The property listing says the home is, "equipped with three substantial master suites, each with its own fireplace and sitting area, and two additional bedroom suites."
During the first season, Jen was called out by fans after they realized she was staying in a rental. Cast members on Housewives are sometimes known for finding a rental for the months they know the show will be shooting.
Regardless, Jen has a lot bigger issues to be dealing with at the moment. She is facing up to 50 years in prison if convicted in her federal fraud case.
Prosecutors accuser her of helping scam elderly people in a complex telemarketing scheme. They accuse Shah of creating fake business websites to generate lead lists of potential victims. The lists were sold to telemarketing companies who scammed the names on the list. The companies reportedly paid Shah a cut of the money that was obtained illegally.
The reality star entered a plea of not guilty.
As RadarOnline.com first reported, Shah was released on bond but ordered to remain in Utah. She is allowed to continue shooting Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.