Gia says the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star is “doing amazing,” contrary to reports that Teresa is being bullied and ostracized by fellow inmates. Gia confirms they have visited Teresa, and adds that she “chats and emails with her all the time.”
As you know, there are daily reports about the Giudice family since Teresa Giudice entered prison just two and a half weeks ago. The stories range from hilarious to creepy to downright ridiculous, as per usual when it comes to the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast members, but the crazy gossip has really been amped up to insanity levels where Teresa is concerned.
Our source reached out this week to set a few things straight, including the latest report that Teresa’s sister-in-law Sheila is dying to take her place on the next season of RHONJ. Our source asserts, “I haven’t ever seen an article out by Radar that was the truth. Some are suggesting ^****^ and her camp are speaking to Radar since they have known to in the past.”
Animal-rights group PETA, which has a habit of working with reality TV personalities, sent Teresa Giudice a letter at the Danbury Correctional Institute imploring her to have a change of heart while in the clink and donate her old fur coats to their fur trade-in program.
PETA is hoping Teresa, like former inmate Martha Stewart, will make the decision to go fur-free while in prison so no more animals have to suffer for her selfishness. What about us humans that have to suffer for her selfishness? Since the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star is likely going to have sell her coats off to pay her bankruptcy debt, legal fees, or federal restitution, why not just donate them right?!
PETA says they re-use any donated furs to clothe homeless people, create educational displays on the cruelty of the fur industry, and supply bedding for orphaned wildlife.
There have been daily stories since Teresa Giudice entered prison last Monday to serve her fifteen month sentence. The media has been dissecting everything from what her beauty routine will be to what Joe is doing every waking moment while she’s gone. Daily Mail even has photographers basically stalking every single move of Joe and their four daughters. Outside their gate, at Gia’s cheer competition, everywhere.
Last weekend many were wondering why Teresa’s family didn’t head off to visit her at Danbury and the answer is very simple. Our source dishes on the reasons why. “Joe took Gia to her cheer competitions all weekend. Gia had competitions Saturday and Sunday. Teresa doesn’t want any disruption in their schedules to come visit her. She misses them terribly, but wants their life to be as normal as possible.”
Teresa Giudice is officially an inmate at Danbury Correctional Institute where she will remain until 2016. While her newest attorney (there’s been a string of ‘em) James J. Leonard Jr. has speculated the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star will be out by Christmas of next year, the prison lists it just a leeeetle later than that!
Teresasurrendered to Danbury in the wee hours of the morning on January 5th to avoid the media circus (consisting of Bravo cameras following a sobbing Jacqueline Laurita and desperate Kathy Wakile) already forming outside of her house, and because she didn’t want to expose her daughters to any more negative publicity. Danbury has her prisoner Register Number as 65703-050.
Our source shared with us today that both Teresa and Joe are trying to be strong for their girls, but it’s definitely a struggle. Teresa will get to chat with her daughters today and see them already this weekend. Plus, the rumors of an early birthday party for Gia were true.
It looks like Teresa Giudice might not be spending the whole year of 2015 in federal prison. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star’s lawyer spoke out this morning about Teresa’s last hours as a free woman and when we can expect her back home with her family.
Teresa will have to serve at least 85% of her 15 months, so her attorney James J. Leonard Jr. shared this morning that she may be out by year’s end. “We project she will be home sometime before Christmas.”
Our inside sources (not the same one who confirmed that they’d heard the raid story was true..we’re no longer taking tips from that one) shared with us that most of the stories written about Teresa’s final days before heading off to serve her 15 month sentence were totally fabricated. “So much out there about Teresa’s last days. Radar never has the right info! I can tell you first hand what’s been going on.”