1 hr 21 min

s4 e10 — JEN SHAH and KIM SUN-JA: It’s the waterboarding for me‪!‬ Notorious Women

    • Comedy

This week, Miriam covers the crazy life story of Real Housewives star and convicted felon, Jen Shah; and Lavetta covers the even crazier killing spree of South Korea’s first female serial killer, Kim Sun-Ja.
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In this episode, Miriam introduces convicted felon Jen Shah (American, born 1973), who gained fame as a cast member on The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. The hosts explore Shah's background and early life, her appearance on the reality show, her businesses, and her documented anger issues. The conversation delves into Shah's arrest on charges of wire fraud and money laundering as part of an alleged nationwide telemarketing scheme that targeted senior citizens, highlighting the vulnerability of elderly individuals to scams. Next, Lavetta introduces serial killer Kim Sun-Ja (Korean, 1937–1997), a housewife who lived above her means and had a gambling addiction. To sustain her lifestyle, she resorted to borrowing money and committing murder. She targeted friends, relatives, and creditors, poisoning them to collect their belongings. Arrested after a series of suspicious deaths, Kim vehemently denied the charges but was found guilty, and eventually executed by hanging.
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This week, Miriam covers the crazy life story of Real Housewives star and convicted felon, Jen Shah; and Lavetta covers the even crazier killing spree of South Korea’s first female serial killer, Kim Sun-Ja.
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In this episode, Miriam introduces convicted felon Jen Shah (American, born 1973), who gained fame as a cast member on The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. The hosts explore Shah's background and early life, her appearance on the reality show, her businesses, and her documented anger issues. The conversation delves into Shah's arrest on charges of wire fraud and money laundering as part of an alleged nationwide telemarketing scheme that targeted senior citizens, highlighting the vulnerability of elderly individuals to scams. Next, Lavetta introduces serial killer Kim Sun-Ja (Korean, 1937–1997), a housewife who lived above her means and had a gambling addiction. To sustain her lifestyle, she resorted to borrowing money and committing murder. She targeted friends, relatives, and creditors, poisoning them to collect their belongings. Arrested after a series of suspicious deaths, Kim vehemently denied the charges but was found guilty, and eventually executed by hanging.
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If you like this episode, please join us weekly for more discussions of notorious women.
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email: notoriouswmpod@gmail.com
instagram: instagram.com/notoriouswomenpodcast/
patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NotoriousWomen
website: https://notoriouswomenpodcast.com/
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1 hr 21 min

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