After getting busted on fraud charges it wasn’t too hard to determine that the public front of wealth and luxury that Teresa and Joe Giudice of Real Housewives of New Jersey fame put forth wasn’t genuine. New court docs from their bankruptcy filings highlight just how unreal the reality stars’ supposed reality was.
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Things just got very real for Teresa and Joe Giudice as the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars plead guilty today in their wide-ranging money fraud case. Find out what the pleas are for and how much prison time each could face. Plus, read Teresa’s statement about the guilty plea as read by her attorney outside the courthouse.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey‘s Teresa Giudice and husband Joe Giudice were scheduled to stand trial April 11 on 41 counts ranging from tax evasion to bank, loan application and bankruptcy fraud. But, it appears that the couple’s legal team have worked out a plea deal with the US Attorney’s office in the case and will be presenting it to a judge on Tuesday. Keep reading for the details from two different sources!
For the first time since being indicted on multiple counts of fraud, Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa and Joe Giudice have spoken out about their lives in the shadows of their looming court cases.
It’s been a pretty rough year for The Real Housewives of New Jersey‘s Giudice family as Teresa Giudice and husband Joe Giudice were indicted on dozens of federal fraud and tax evasion charges. With that pending trial as well as Joe’s fake driver’s license case, it may very well be that this will be the family’s last Christmas together without mom or dad (or both) being behind bars and the whole Giudice family celebrated with a trip to a poinsettia farm to pose for the 2013 Giudice family Christmas card!
Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa and Joe Giudice had 2 additional counts of fraud added today to their already existing 39 from back in July. Find out what these additional counts are for and what the lawyers for both Teresa and Joe had to say.
A trial date has finally been set for The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Joe Giudice’s forgery case stemming from charges that “Juicy” Joe used his brother’s identification to fraudulently obtain a New Jersey driver’s license in June of 2010. (Joe’s license had been suspended due to a DUI arrest.) Keep reading to find out when Joe’s trial starts, exactly what he’s charged with, and how much time he may have to spend behind bars if convicted.
Bravo announced just a short while ago that immediately following The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 5 finale on Sunday, September 29 there will be a special “Watch What Happens Live One-on-One with Teresa and Joe Giudice” during which “Andy Cohen sits down exclusively with the couple for the first time since their indictment to set the record straight,” according to the press release.
Before Joe and Teresa Giudice were charged with 39 counts of fraud, Joe opened up about his fears of going to prison while taping Real Housewives of New Jersey. Before these charges were made, Joe was facing prison over another matter: identity fraud charges for using his brother’s drier’s license after he lost his own from a DUI charge.
Teresa and Joe Giudice are taking their mind off of their 39-count federal fraud charges by luxuriating in the Hamptoms with friend and former Real Housewives of New Jersey cast mate Dina Manzo.