Teresa Giudice‘s cellmate from Danbury Federal Penitentiary is looking to get her 15 minutes of fame by association by revealing what Teresa was really like in prison!
Damn – tabloids are putting a lot of money on the books lately! While Teresa reportedly spent her incarceration working out, doing hair, and eating, Teresa’s former cellie, Deseree Bradshaw, says Teresa was always crying and got preferential treatment from prison staff. Being on Bravo pays!
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“The guards sucked up to her. She got special treatment from them,” complains Teresa’s former cellmate In fact according to Deseree, Teresa received her commissary money the first day she arrived – even though most inmates must wait a week. Still, Teresa wasn’t happy. “She cried a lot,” Deseree recalls.
Deseree also recounts Teresa’s struggles to adjust to prison life – including one time she had a breakdown while trying to record her name in the prison phone system. “A lot of times at night she would cry in her cell about how much she missed tucking her kids in,” Deseree told Life & Style.
Exactly how much easier did Teresa have it compared to the general prison population? Deseree gripes that the guards let Teresa wait in the “short line” in the dining hall – a line generally reserved for older or ill women, and kitchen staff – who get to eat first. Perhaps there were some Real Housewives Of New Jersey fans in prison? Obviously no one who was Team Melissa!
As for Teresa’s job, Joe Giudice claimed Teresa worked in the dining hall “wiping down tables and stuff,” Deseree insists Teresa never actually did any work! “They gave her a kitchen uniform and she was supposed to clean off the tables and sweep the floors. She never did that, but she had her uniform so she could go to the short line.”
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