Andy Cohen is ‘very upset’ by Jane Shah’s admission of guilt

Andy Cohen says he is “very upset” after learning that Jane Shah plead guilty In an ongoing fraud case.

Cohen, 54, ‘I am upset, and I am particularly upset about its victims’ Wed said On his SiriusXM show “Andy Cohen Live”.

“I am upset that she lied for so long and claimed to me that she was an example of someone being wrongly accused.”

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Andy Cohen said he was “extremely upset” after he considered Jane Shah’s guilty plea.
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The announcer of the “Watch What Happens Live” program added that watching Shah “Doctrinal” declaration of innocence In a meeting with “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” led him to believe that “this woman [should] her day in court.

“I’m so upset about what I did, I’m upset too because, frankly, you get to know someone and you’re going to like it,” Cohen explained, noting that he wanted to “encourage” her on it.

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Cohen spoke about how Shah proclaimed her innocence during an RHOSLC interview.
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Cohen’s new comments are a far cry from his initial reaction, where he He said he doesn’t know how to feel About the reality star’s admission of guilt.

“When we were on the air on Monday, news broke of Jane Shah’s guilty plea,” Cohen explained.

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Cohen explained that getting to know Shah on a personal level also complicated his feelings about her admission of guilt.
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“I didn’t have time to read anything about it, process it, and we were on the air. I didn’t have time to respond, process it.”

Cohen, who serves as an executive producer on the “Real Housewives” franchises, joked that they filmed the entire second season with Shah, 48, earlier this year. However, he did not clarify whether the Bravo cameras were rolling when Shah pleaded guilty.

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The “Real Housewives” host added that he hopes to ask Shah a few questions before she is judged in November.
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“I have a lot of questions for her,” he said, “and I’m sure the public, especially those who supported her and stood by her, do as well.” “I really hope I get a chance to talk to her and ask these questions.”

She shook the brave Shah on Monday when she pleaded guilty Plot to commit telegram fraud regarding telemarketing one week before she was set for trial.

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The Bravolebrity changed her guilty plea one week before the start of her trial.
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The reality star’s sentencing is set for November 2022 and faces up to 30 years in prison. In the plea deal, she requested that her sentence be reduced to 11 to 14 years.

Shah, who was arrested in March 2021 I was Filmed for “RHOSLC,” start Not guilty Allegedly tearing up hundreds of mostly elderly victims in a telemarketing scheme.

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Shah faces a maximum prison sentence of 30 years.
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“Jane has pleaded guilty to wanting to pay off her debts to society and leave this ordeal behind her and her family,” Shah’s attorney, Priya Chaudhary, He told Page Six after her court appearance on Monday.

“Miss. Shah is a good woman who crossed a line. She takes full responsibility for her actions and deeply apologizes to everyone who has been hurt.”

Shah herself has yet to process an admission of guilt.

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