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Teresa Giudice had another legal “Oops!” According to new court documents the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star is accused of violating probation for failing to report traffic citations. Lord, should the Giudices not drive

Court documents, filed by Teresa’s probation officer, accuse her of failing to let him know about the two traffic tickets she received, one last year and one last month, which violate her probation agreement. After serving a year in prison, you’d think she’d wise-up, but maybe she needs more ‘me time‘ for yoga?

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The first citation was for making an illegal turn. When Teresa’s probation officer discovered that Teresa didn’t notify him of the violation, she and her attorney were warned that any contact with law enforcement must be reported immediately.

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However, we know Teresa never-ever learns her lesson… So, she got another ticket last month for using her phone while driving, and of course failed to let her probation officer know about it again! In the court papers Teresa’s PO states that this is to be her final written warning before she’ll find herself back in court for noncompliance! But then we’d be subjected to more her ‘fancy court costumes!’

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Obviously Teresa’s intrepid attorney, James Leonard Jr. argues that she’s done nothing wrong and both tickets were duly reported – just not within the appropriate time frame. “Both she and I have spoken to her officer and understand exactly what is required should she have any future contact with law enforcement,” he told TMZ, “which we do not anticipate will happen.” Does he know Teresa? 

Well, let’s hope this time-this time Teresa will get it together, cause I don’t think they have couples cells in the federal pen!

TELL US – WAS THIS JUST AN OVERSIGHT OR IS TERESA ONCE AGAIN NOT LEARNING HER LESSON?

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