The first trailer for the second season of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” has been released and poses a legal challenge for a star.
Fire at first glance, Finds out that Jen is King is accused of money fraud and money laundering The King keeps himself cool in the debate over whether he played the role of Meredith Marx in the indictment.
“You’re a liar,” King yells at one point.
“Who calls anyone a fraud? I love you, boy,” Marx said, perhaps to the King, as he closed the door.
In another moment, Marx asks, “Can we talk about the hundreds of lives he broke?”
If the king is skeptical of his future, he is likely to get a big name to help his business.
“Who should add Kardashian to our legal team?” he was surprised when the trailer ended.
SHE IS pleaded not guilty in April.
The king’s offenses complicate his plans to fix his private life.
“This season, Jen will focus on directing her main Zen channel and fixing important relationships in her life, but her world will collapse when charges are brought against her,” Bravo said.
“He’s struggling for his life, quickly realizing questions about who his real friends are and who might have betrayed him.”
King is the four housewives who return for the news season Lisa Barlow, Mary Cosby, Heather Gay, Whitney Rose and Marx. They were joined by new trader Jenny Nguyen, who was described in the trailer as a “little shooter.”
In the new season, it is also rumored that Mary is pious, that Heather is preparing to send her daughter to college, and that Whit is trying to rekindle the spark in her marriage.
When “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” returns on Sunday, Sept. 12, at 9:00 PM ET, you can see all the drama and weird behavior.
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