Jen Shah's husband is standing by his woman in her time of need.
Sharrieff Shah appeared unbothered while trying to get on with life as usual as they await The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star's upcoming fraud trial.
Coach Shah proved he has his wife's back despite all the negativity surrounding her after her family asked fans for financial help in her legal battle.
Jen, 47, and Sharrieff, 50, were photographed outside their Utah home over the past several days.
In one photo, Jen was caught in her socks while running out to her car. Sporting a burgundy hoodie that read "chance," black leggings, and no shoes, the Bravo personality went without makeup.
In another snap, she was seen holding boxes of takeout for her and her husband.
Knowing paparazzi was outside, Jen appeared to throw on some makeup, sunglasses, a baseball cap, and accessorized with her Gucci bag in hand.
Meanwhile, Sharrieff was spotted alone outside their home. Keeping his head down, the football coach wore a gray t-shirt, shorts, and brown shoes as he made his way past shutterbugs.
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Jen is currently on $1 million bond after being arrested in March.
She was charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
The RHOSLC star is being accused of ripping off hundreds of people in an alleged scam involving co-conspirators. The reported scam spanned over six different states.
Over the past several days, Jen has collected even more hate after it was revealed her family set up a GoFundMe asking for donations towards her legal bills.
Her cousin Danny Filipe -- who is allegedly responsible for the crowdfunding campaign -- didn't just ask for chump change either.
He was attempting to raise $2.5 million towards her legal fund in her upcoming October trial.
“On March 30, lawyers from the Southern District of New York brought extremely serious allegations against my cousin,” the since-deactivated GoFundMe account read. “On April 2, Jen proclaimed her innocence by entering a plea of ‘not guilty,’ and hired an experienced team of New York lawyers that have begun aggressively defending her and fighting the government’s case.”
It was taken down almost as quickly as it went up, especially after angry Bravo fans got involved.