Entertainment TV Andy Cohen Grills Jen Shah About Her Ongoing Legal Troubles in 'RHOSLC' Reunion Trailer The trailer's release comes one day after Jen Shah's legal team filed a motion requesting that clips from The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City not be shown during her upcoming trial By Kelly Wynne Kelly Wynne Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 18, 2022 04:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Chad Kirkland/Bravo Andy Cohen is asking the tough questions. In a trailer for The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reunion, the host doesn't shy away from bringing Jen Shah's ongoing criminal charges to the forefront. Jen and her assistant Stuart Smith were arrested in March and charged with committing wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering after allegedly scamming 10 or more people over the age of 55 through a telemarketing scheme. The pair pleaded not guilty during an arraignment in April, but by late November, Smith, 43, had changed his plea to guilty. He now awaits a sentencing hearing on March 3 and faces a maximum of 70 years in prison, while Shah has maintained her innocence. In the clip, which was shared by Bravo on Friday, Cohen says to Jen, "You're being charged with fraud and money laundering." The RHOSLC star, 48, quickly points out: "And you're innocent until proven guilty." Cohen then turns his questioning to Jen's husband, Sharrieff Shah. "Did you ever question where the money came from?" he asks Sharrieff, whose response isn't included in the trailer. Jen Shah Files Motion to Request RHOSLC Footage Not Be Shown During Her Fraud Trial Tensions grow after Cohen asks Jen, "There's one charge that's 30 years and one charge that's 20 years, right?" "I don't know," she responds. A stunned Cohen then asks, "You don't know what the charge is?!" Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. It seems like Cohen's line of questions won't be the only time Jen's legal situation arises during the reunion. In a conversation with the other women, Jen has an emotional moment. "What it feels like on my end is, like, 'Hey, Jen, we can treat you like s—, 'cause you need all the friends you can get right now,'" she told the group. Heather Gay is quick to address her claims, telling Jen, "Well, you s—t on me and I still showed up for you!" Jen Shah. Chad Kirkland/Bravo/ Getty RHOSLC Star Jen Shah Accused of 'Orchestrating' Telemarketing Scheme in New Court Documents The trailer's release comes one day after Jen's legal team filed a motion requesting that clips from RHOSLC not be shown during her upcoming trial. "There is no circumstance under which a clip of Jen Shah from her appearance on the RHOSLC should be used in court as these clips do not have any of the indicia of reliability," read the court documents, which were obtained by PEOPLE. "The women and their lives are both real and fake and it is impossible to tell where reality ends and fantasy and outright deception and fakery begins," the docs add. The three-part Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reunion begins Sunday, February 27 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. The two additional episodes will air on March 6 and March 13, respectively, at 8 p.m. ET.