RHOSLC star Jen Shah s capture caused her to realize who her actual companions are


Jen Shah (focus), seen here with the cast of "RHOSLC," has discovered who her "genuine companions" are after her capture. 

Jen Shah is more energetic about the #ShahSquad than any other time in recent memory. 

The star of "The Genuine Housewives of Salt Lake City" expressed gratitude toward her companions and fans throughout the end of the week for their overflowing of help following her capture for her supposed contribution in a selling plan. 

"Much thanks to you for being faithful, trusting in me and not accepting the publicity," she composed on her Instagram Story. "This excursion has showed me who my actual companions are. All my affection. #ShahSquad."

On Sunday, Shah continued to re-share Instagram messages of support from members of her #ShahSquad who called for authorities to “#FreeJenShah.”

“Thank you so much,” she responded.

Shah, 47, pleaded not guilty on Friday and remains free on $1 million bond that was set following her arrest earlier in the week on charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering — for allegedly ripping off hundreds of victims in the scam she carried out with co-conspirators, including her assistant Stuart Smith, and that spanned six states.

Smith also pleaded not guilty.

If convicted, both the Bravolebrity and her assistant face up to 30 years in prison.

“Shah and Smith flaunted their lavish lifestyle to the public as a symbol of their ‘success,’” said Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent-in-Charge Peter Fitzhugh in a release.

“In reality, they allegedly built their opulent lifestyle at the expense of vulnerable, often elderly, working-class people.”

The duo allegedly scammed victims, many of whom were over 55, across the country encouraging them to invest in dubious online projects and selling sham business services from 2012 to as recently as the end of March, according to an indictment