The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Heather Gay has finally revealed in the season 4 finale of the show that it was Jen Shah who gave her a black eye. Gay said that the former co-star was responsible for the bruise on her face. However, Jen Shah, the former member of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, has denied the accusation. Shah, currently serving prison after pleading guilty to fraud, wrote on her Instagram story on Tuesday, “Bravo, if I punched Heather in the eye, you guys would have footage to prove it. It’s clear the show can’t live without me since I was brought up at the beginning, middle, and end of season 4.” She also said that producer Andy Cohen was “butt hurt” after she turned down his request for an interview. She denied the accusation and targeted Andy Cohen, saying, “Why would you sit down with someone who ‘gave’ another cast member a black eye? Next story.”
Heather Gay said in the season 4 finale during an argument that Monica Garcia, a current member of RHOSLC and ex-assistant of Jen Shah, has the same red flag behavior as Shah.
The controversial star Jen Shah pleaded guilty in court in July 2022 for committing wire fraud. She told the judge that she took part in a huge telemarketing fraud. She was sentenced to prison for six and a half years, but it has been reduced, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Andy Cohen responded to Jen Shah’s claim on his show Andy Cohen Live, which aired on SiriusXM on Wednesday. He agreed that he wanted to do a one-on-one with her before she went to prison, but he had forgotten about it and didn’t want to do it anymore. He said the Shah wanted a lot of money from him and to make a documentary on her life before going to prison in exchange for the interview. “Let me point out that I don’t want to be Captain Obvious here, but if we had footage, don’t you think we would’ve aired it?” Cohen added.