January 6, 2023 | 9:36pm

Jen Shah celebrated her shorter-than-expected prison sentence for wire fraud with a Shah-mazing dinner party in New York City, Page Six has exclusively learned.

The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star, who learned her fate in federal court Friday morning, dined and boozed with a group of 20 at Italian hotspot Valbella at the Park in Midtown later that night.

Jen Shah celebrated her six-and-a-half-year prison sentence for wire fraud with an Italian dinner party in NYC, Page Six has exclusively learned.
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Page Six is told that the convicted fraudster and her posse spent the night “eating and drinking” on the establishment’s second floor.

“She had two people standing around her table blocking anyone from taking photos,” our source spilled.

It’s unclear whether her husband, Sharrieff Shah, or co-stars were with her.

When contacted for comment, a spokesperson for Valbella told Page Six that the venue does not give out client information.

However, our photographers caught the “RHOSLC” star, 49, exiting the restaurant with her security guard in tow.

Our insider says she stood in the doorway, trying to figure out “how to leave without being photographed.”

Jen’s reps did not immediately respond to our inquiry.

“She had two people standing around her table blocking anyone from taking photos,” our source spilled.
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Hours prior, the mother of two — who was facing a maximum of 14 years behind bars — was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in federal prison for allegedlyrunning a nationwide telemarketing schemethat targeted thousands of people, predominantly the elderly.

Following the hearing, the Bravolebrity issued an apology to the victims as well as her family.

The Bravolebrity, seen here leaving federal court Friday morning, is scheduled to surrender on Feb. 17.
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“I am profoundly and deeply sorry,” she said through tears while looking at Sharrieff and their sons, Sharrieff Jr. and Omar.

Jen confessed to going “against” her core values of “humility and loyalty and respect” before acknowledging that her actions “hurt innocent people.”

Shah allegedly ran a nationwide telemarketing scheme that targeted thousands of people, predominantly the elderly.
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She is scheduled to surrender on Feb. 17.

The reality star wasarrested in March 2021 as cameras rolled for “RHOSLC” Season 2. Though she initially pleaded not guilty, she changed her pleain July 2022.