'RHOSLC' Star Jen Shah Pleads Not Guilty, Judge Forbids Drinking Too Much in Bail Terms - SolidRumor.com

‘RHOSLC’ Star Jen Shah Pleads Not Guilty, Judge Forbids Drinking Too Much in Bail Terms

 'RHOSLC' Star Jen Shah Pleads Not Guilty, Judge Forbids Drinking Too Much in Bail Terms

3:49 PM PT — Shah’s bail terms include several additional strict conditions she must abide by … according to new legal docs obtained by TMZ.

She must continue mental health treatment at a specific facility, she’s forbidden from using “alcohol to excess” or any narcotics or controlled substances, and perhaps unsurprisingly … the judge says she must stay away from all things telemarketing.

As for the allegations against Shah, her defense lawyers Daniel R. Alonso and Henry Asbill say… “She maintains her innocence of these charges, and is eager to defend herself in a court of law. She puts her faith in the American legal system.”

Jen Shah has pleaded not guilty to the charges in her telemarketing scam case … and it seems she prepped for it by getting her hair done.

“The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star appeared in a federal court in Manhattan on Friday via video conference call with her lawyers, and entered not guilty pleas to both charges — conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

As we previously told you … Jen was released on strict conditions after her arrest, and on Friday the judge granted her continued release on a $1 million personal recognizance bond.

The judge said there is a flight risk with Shah but gave her 2 weeks to fork over a $250k secured bond in cash or property in order to remain out of jail until her trial … which is set for Oct. 18.

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In other news … Jen apparently spent the evening before her arraignment getting her hair silk-pressed and just chilling out.

BTW — Shah’s assistant Stuart Smith, who was arrested with her and is facing the same charges in their alleged fraud scheme, also pleaded not guilty and was granted continued release on a $1 mil personal recognizance bond.

No word if he got a fresh cut or style for court.

Originally Published– 10:07 AM PT