RHOSLC's Jen Shah resurfaces at Utah hair salon in a Gucci tracksuit after her arrest on fraud charges

REAL Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah enjoyed a trip to a Utah hair salon.

The embroiled Bravolebrity donned a Gucci tracksuit after her arrest on fraud charges.

Yesterday Jen's hairstylist, Endo, posted behind-the-scenes snaps of her salon appointment.

Jen wore a Gucci zip up track suit with the iconic GG canvas print and red, white and blue paneling.

The RHOSLC star showed off her new straight hair, and Endo wrote: “Baby fresh out and had to come get laid and slayed but the silk press queen of Utah #unarrested #priorities #shahsquad.”

Another clip showed the housewife laying on a couch captioned: "Big chillin, fresh press."

Earlier this week, the Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City cameras were rolling when star Jen was cuffed and arrested while getting ready for a cast trip, an eyewitness told The Sun. 

The 47-year-old was charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud in an alleged telemarketing scheme and is facing 30 years in prison.

The insider claimed: “Cameras were rolling but it was so chaotic, I’m not sure exactly what was captured."

While the source said producers "definitely got some footage," but it's unclear exactly what was captured.

According to Page Six, Jen couldn't access her hearing on Wednesday because the court conference couldn't accommodate the 253 people who joined the call.

US District Judge Sidney Stein reportedly gave up after 45 minutes of trying to get the Bravo star on the call and adjourned the proceeding to Friday.

At one point, a Real Housewives fan – unaware that her line was public – apparently said: "Do you watch Bravo? It’s the best thing ever!”

One user – it's unclear if it was the same woman – then reportedly said: "So one of the housewives got busted for fraud."

Jen and her co-defendant, assistant Stuart Smith, 43, who are in Utah, have each been charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with telemarketing and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

This carries a maximum sentence of 30 years, a press release from The United States Attorney's Office revealed.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said: "Jennifer Shah, who portrays herself as a wealthy and successful business person on ‘reality’ television, and Stuart Smith, who is portrayed as Shah’s ‘first assistant,’ allegedly generated and sold ‘lead lists’ of innocent individuals for other members of their scheme to repeatedly scam."

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