“It’s not about them,” Wendy insists. “It’s a book about me and what I do. It’s not an exposé of her or her family.” A) Let’s see how far you get with that Wendy before the NBC/Bravo machine steps in with a C&D letter and B) Let’s be honest – no one wants to read about you, except what you know about Teresa!
Wendy confirms that she inked a deal to tell her story, but insists some of the book will be about her own life as she turned herself around from ex-con to professional crisis manager. There will, of course, also be lots of stories illuminating how Teresa’s life fell apart; Wendy believes that started when she terminated her professional relationship with Teresa. Uhh… Wendy, Teresa was already headed to prison when she hired you, so yeah, not quite, but keep trying!
Oh Teresa Giudice… remember when you promised to be a better person? And to learn from your mistakes through this whole legal tribulation? Well, ummm… we’re still waiting! Teresa has parted ways with her crisis PR manager Wendy Feldman after she submitted a letter to Judge Salas requesting Danbury Federal Prison to serve her 15 months.
“Sadly, my time with Teresa and has come to an end,” Wendy said in a statement. “My client relationships are very important to me, however today’s filing regarding Teresa’s Bureau of Prisons designation request was not done with my knowledge or input.”
According to Wendy the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star worked with someone else – Juicy?! – to submit a letter to the judge asking that she be placed at Danbury in Connecticut, where Piper Kerman the author of Orange Is The New Black served her time. Good lord – Teresa probably thinks of herself as the new Piper!
Teresa took to Twitter to share a few snaps from the night and to gush about helping such a worthy cause.
I know that Teresa was involved with Nephcure before the Federal indictments were handed down, but I'm sure her new crisis PR management team, headed up by Wendy Feldman, is encouraging her to do anything that looks good right now.
Wendy spoke out yesterday to E!, explaining how she and Teresa got connected and why we should feel bad for the Giudices during this stressful time.