‘Good Morning America’ Nabs Post-Prison Exclusive With Teresa Giudice








Since her December 23 prison release after serving 11 months on fraud counts, Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice has certainly been busy trying to get her life back in order.  The reality series star and best-selling author, who has probably been hounded by hordes of media vying to get the first post-prison interview with her has agreed to a sit-down with ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America.”

Teresa and husband Joe Giudice have in the past, given exclusives to their boss, Andy Cohen who is an executive producer on RHONJ, a former Bravo head honcho and the host of “Watch What Happens Live” on the same network.   Now Teresa will chat with Amy Roach (pictured right), GMA’s news anchor.  Page Six states that took place at Teresa’s Montville, N.J.  Township mansion and will air on February 9 which is coincidentally, the very same day her memoir, ‘Turning the Tables:  From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again’ is set to be released.  Perfect timing or perfect orchestration?

Upon being set free from prison a few months earlier than her mandated sentence, Teresa was given home detention which translates into the monitoring of her every move outside of the home and she must receive approval by her parole officer.  Since being back with Joe and her four girls, Teresa has been seen going to the supermarket and hitting her fave nail salon.  She has even walked the red carpet for the opening of her sis-in-law, Melissa Gorga’s new Montclair, N.J. boutique.   The shameless self-promoter also tweeted pics of herself busy at work in a recording booth, working on the audio version of her upcoming book.

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Meanwhile, Joe is getting ready to serve his time behind bars, 41 months, for bankruptcy fraud which is quickly upon him, next month.  He will be joining the likes of Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Apollo Nida, who is also on lock-down for eight years on bank fraud charges.  Joe will be sent to a Fort Dix, New Jersey facility.


(Photo credit:  ABC News)