If I had a dollar for every time I wrote the name Teresa Giudice, I could bail her out of bankruptcy debt. Not that I would, but I would think about it because Lord knows her antics are paying my bills so maybe I owe her. Sheesh this stuff happens so fast, we just don't even want to keep up!
Anyway, days after releasing an interview with In Touch Weekly announcing that she needs help and is taking a break from drama, Teresa has been all over the media defending herself and perpetuating drama. Some of that drama I have seen in person. And of course she is not alone. Helping her every step of the way are Melissa Gorga and Jacqueline Laurita. When desperate famewhores meet, the sane world explodes.
The Real Housewieves of New Jersey stars who really, really, and I mean REALLY need to step away from the computer, the TV, and the United States are making wild accusations left and right – from lawsuits, to harassing texts, to releasing so-called texts, to blaming each other for the collapse of the economy and last year's Swine Flu outbreak. So let's break this latest shenanigan down.
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First up, Teresa took to her personal website to deny that she is taking legal action against Melissa and to remind all of us that she too has texts from Jacqueline that can be released. And guess what – her texts prove Jacqueline is crazy, just like Jacqueline's texts prove Teresa is crazy!
Titling her latest novella, "Texts and Love," Teresa announces: "I thought taping the Reunion was bad enough, but the crazy accusations being thrown at me this week are insane." Of course, she still insists Melissa assaulted her at the reunion, however, she assures us: "I'm not suing anyone, I'm not about that." Why not – she needs the money!
Teresa also says that despite mentioning that she was going to "call the cops" about Jacqueline harassing her, she has no interest in suing her either. "I also never said I was going to sue Jacqueline or that she 'threatened' me over text. I got flustered and frustrated on a live TV show and said I was thinking about going to the cops over her crazy texts."
"I never wanted to talk about the texts at all, but she told Anderson Cooper when she was on his show that I didn't "reach out" to her about Nicholas' autism. That led to horrible stories about how mean I am, but I ignored them because I knew it wasn't true. Then I went on his show and he questioned me about it and the story got bigger…"
"Here's the thing: Jacqueline's big 'reveal' about Nicholas wasn't news to me — I knew like the other Housewives did during the season. And I supported her through it all for months in person. She asked me not to talk about it on camera, and even though I was asked to, I did not."
"When she decided to announce it to the public in People magazine, she had a business associate call to tell me. I guess because she was afraid she'd seem hypocritical for going after me all season for putting my family in magazines. I told the woman on the phone to please relay my good wishes to Jacqueline and Nicholas. I did also wish her well via text."
"I guess Jacqueline admitted that in a statement Anderson read to me yesterday, but said it wasn't enough. I'm sorry, I don't know what I else I can do. I was there in person, I respected her wishes, I wished her well twice…"
"I don't know why but Jacqueline put up a few of her texts between us on Twitter and now they are news stories… I'm sick of this whole thing, physically sick, but I want you to have the entire story, so here are all of the texts."
Draw your own conclusions. I haven't deleted any texts from me–I usually just ignore them but they keep on coming! I did black out the names of other people though b/c I don't think they deserve to be dragged into this. They are people we both know or people I used to work with or know that I didn't know Jacqueline knew. She last contacted me last Friday at 1 in the morning, and yes, it does give me the chills, and yes, I wish she would stop."
"I haven't contacted her back and I won't because I really do want this to end. I truly wish her and her son and her whole family nothing but the best! I don't want any of my fans to bash Jacqueline or her mother or nieces or whoever else on Twitter."
Below are those texts, courtesy of Teresa's website.
Teresa then added:
I am NOT trying to keep this going, only end it– that's why I posted the ENTIRE thing, all texts from her and me since April, so it would just be done. No teasing, no bits, just done. Sorry it looks like the texts are choppy but I had to take pics of them on my phone and then email them to myself and cut her phone number off the top of every screen. I didn't leave anything out.
It's a huge one-sided conversation Jac is having with herself and it doesn't make sense to me either. I just wanted to clear up that I'm not suing, I didn't say she was "threatening" me, I want my fans to stay drama-free and fabulous, and that I wish everyone the best. To me that's honest and mature. Sorry if you disagree.
Well, of course, not six seconds after Teresa's blog went live Jacqueline was already on twitter defending, denying, and making excuses. For someone who doesn't care about Teresa, she certainly doesn't care about Teresa – if you know what I mean!
Our advice to certain reality stars: Stay off twitter. Silence is golden. Mind your Ps & Qs and let. it. go. #RHONJ Some of these people work twitter like it's their job… (ahem… Lacqueline Jarita).
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