After Melissa accused Teresa of assaulting her while she was holding her infant nephew at Gia's birthday party, Teresa has been telling any publication that will listen that she didn't touch Melis. She tells the Huffington Post: “I usually don't comment on stories about me, but I cannot ignore Melissa Marco's vicious lie that I assaulted her at my own children’s birthday party while she was holding my baby nephew. It is completely untrue in every way. To make such a horrible accusation that involves our children is beyond despicable and speaks to her true character."
Wonder why she's suddenly calling Melissa by her maiden name?
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Teresa has alibis to corroborate her story. “It was a very public party with a hired photographer there. No one saw them do anything but talk. They didn't even hug because Melissa was holding her baby, so Teresa just kissed the baby. If anything had happened, why didn't Melissa immediately go to the press about it then? She puts every other little complaint on Twitter. Nothing.”
But Melissa took to Twitter to say that it was caught on tape. Special thanks to our reader Lynette for the screenshot!
A Bravo insider shared with Radar Online that Teresa is considering legal action against her sister-in-law because Melissa assaulted HER during the filming of the RHONJ reunion. “Melissa lost it at the reunion and put her hands on Teresa. Teresa started yelling that she was going to 'sue' Melissa, but has not taken any legal action yet.”
What do you think court would award Teresa if she won, since they're all so broke? Some leather pants, Melissa's sequined do-rag collection, 12,000 issues of Melissa's latest magazine cover and 14 copies of 'On Display'?
Is anyone else actually STRESSED thinking about Sunday's first reunion episode? This is not entertainment. #TherapyByBravo
TELL US – DOES YOUR HEAD HURT, TOO, FROM TRYING TO KEEP ALL OF THESE CRAZY STORIES, DRAMAS, AND INTERVIEWS STRAIGHT? ARE YOU TUNING IN ON SUNDAY? WITH OR WITHOUT ALCOHOL?
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