Jane Shah issued a lengthy statement from prison on Thursday, recalling the “horrific nightmare” she had when bidding her last goodbyes to her family.
“Two miles from Bryan Federal Prison Camp (FPC), I’m out of breath and my hands are numb,” the 49-year-old “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” alum began posting on Instagram.
“I know I’m having anxiety attacks.”
Shah, who is serving six-and-a-half years in prison for fraud. Then give details that she “Crying a lot” when she FaceTimed her eldest son, Shariff Jr. On the way to jail As he assured her, “It’ll be alright.”
“My worst fears and unexpected things are coming — saying goodbye to my lovely husband and lovely baby Omar,” she added.
Shah said minutes later when they reached the prison gates “Happened very quickly”
The mother of two reiterates that she She “burried” her face into the bosom of her son Omar as she bid him her final goodbyes.
Shah said she hugged her husband, Sharif Shah, as if “Holding him tighter will erase this horrible nightmare.”
“I want to remember his embrace. His scent,” she said of her nearly 30-year-old husband. With tears running down my face, I told him he was the love of my life. And I love him more than anything.”
Having to declare her love for her partner in those final moments, Jane said, while staff quietly encouraged her to move was the “worst experience”.
“It’s as if you know your world is ending and you have 30 seconds to tell your loved ones how much you love them. And hope they feel your love and understand its importance,” added the disgraced marketing executive.
Jane, who is a Muslim, noted that she and her loved ones took a moment to pray to “Allah.” including the Quran contact list or her driver’s license
“One thing that immediately made me feel lonely was my lack of contacts,” the reality star said before revealing she did not have one. “Mental bandwidth” to memorize everyone’s phone number.
Jane said she felt emotional again as she continued her goodbyes. and said she felt Her “whole body” was numb and felt as if “Life is ending”
“I’m really scared,” she said before concluding that “I feel physically sick. I feel like I’m not here i think i can do it But I’ve decided that I can’t. i want to go home now But I know it’s impossible. Please Allah help me.”
Jen’s emotional pleas were far removed from the assertive statements her lawyer released before she surrendered to jail on February 17.
Priya Chaudhry’s attorney told Page Six at the time that her client “Get ready to face these challenges one-on-one. and become a better person from this experience.”
Previously, Jane’s attorney added, “She was determined to serve her punishment with courage and decisiveness. It was driven by a desire to make up for the pain she caused and to help others in her new community.”
shortly thereafter Jane herself posted a separate statement on her Instagram account in which she realized that she had “harmed” the victim for her actions and wanted to make amends.
Bravolebrity also stated in that post that she plans to “publish” her work to “inviting” others to accountability. Which is likely why she chose to speak on Thursday.
However, the comment section of her reveal message has been closed.
In July 2022, Jane confessed to defrauding thousands of people. Most of which are elderly people. in telemarketing projects
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