Jennifer Shah, a cast member on the "Real Housewives of Salt Lake City," pleaded guilty to defrauding hundreds of people.

Shah appeared before U.S. District Court Judge in Manhattan and entered into an agreement with prosecutors, changing her plea to guilty to one count of conspiracy.

According to a plea agreement, federal sentencing guidelines range from 135 months to 168 months, or 11 to 14 years, in prison.

The guidelines are only advisory, and the judge could depart from them when he sentences her later this year.

Jen Shah, 48, previously pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with a telemarketing scheme.

She agreed to forfeit $6.5 million and to pay restitution up to $9.5 million and faces a sentence of up to 14 years in prison.

Popular TV star Jennifer Shah was a key participant in a nationwide scheme that targeted elderly, vulnerable victims.

These victims were sold false promises of financial security but Shah and her co-conspirators defrauded them out of their savings and left them with nothing.

Jen Shah said in court she “knew it was wrong, many people (Some were over the age of 55) were harmed and I’m so sorry.”

Jennifer Shah is an American TV personality. She is married to Sharrieff Shah, a coordinator for the University of Utah football team.