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Andy Cohen Wishes That He Had Defended Caroline Manzo After Teresa Giudice Accused Caroline Of Being “A Rat”

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is heading to Italy soon with her four daughters to visit her husband, Joe Giudice. Teresa and Joe pleaded guilty to fraud charges in 2014, and both went to prison camp. Joe, who was sentenced to 41 months in prison, never became an American citizen.

Joe was taken into ICE custody when he was done serving his prison time, and an immigration judge ordered that Joe be deported to Italy. Teresa’s husband appealed the ruling. Joe opted to leave the ICE detention center where he was held for nearly a year and head to Italy, where he will wait for the final decision on his appeal.

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Are you guys ready for The Teresa Show Real Housewives of New Jersey to come back? The show’s 9th season saw the end of Teresa Giudice’s relationship with inner peace and introduced us to Jackie Goldschneider. You might say Jackie was one of the main roadblocks in Teresa’s journey to enlightenment. That might be because Jackie didn’t take any of Teresa’s crap. For many viewers, it was nice to see someone not intimidated by Teresa and her various scare tactics.

It is safe to say Jackie and Tre did not get along. That said, Melissa Gorga was overjoyed to finally have a cast member who wasn’t afraid of Teresa. But that’s okay, the other newbie Jennifer Aydin found herself firmly lodged in Teresa’s lower intestine. I’ll give it to Jackie though, she riled Teresa up during that last reunion, #arentyouonparole. Despite Teresa’s attempts to show Jackie she is not the one, Jackie remained relatively unphased. Now the writer/lawyer/mom gives an update on her current status with Teresa and if she’s finally seeing her good side.

Joe & Melissa Gorga Hope The Kids Will Keep Joe & Teresa Giudice Together

Is it Sunday night yet? The anticipation is killing me waiting for Andy Cohen’s interview with Joe and Teresa Giudice. The estranged couple hasn’t even seen each other since he was released from an ICE detention center, yet they are reuniting via video chat for this very public interview. Don’t get me wrong, I’m nosy as hell and I can’t wait to watch, but I can’t help feeling like they should have met up in private first.

Previously, Teresa’s brother Joe Gorga said that Teresa should be prepared for a divorce. Teresa herself said that she wouldn’t stay with Joe if he gets deported. She also said that she “wasn’t sure” if she was still in love. Those comments and the hand-holding with the 26-year-old man in Miami and New York, really aren’t adding up to happy reconciliation for the Giudices.

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Well, by now you’ve heard the news that Real Housewives of New Jersey star Joe Giudice has been deported to Italy. Teresa Giudice’s husband made several attempts to avoid exactly this, being sent away from his family. As soon as Joe finished serving a 41 month prison sentence after being found guilty of fraud, he was immediately transported to an ICE detention facility. Joe’s little problem about not becoming a legal citizen in his youth wound up being a bigger problem than jail in his adulthood.

Joe repeatedly requested to wait out the court’s decision in his own home, though he was denied. Then Joe pleaded with the courts to let him travel to Italy while the latest appeal is still pending in court. Thankfully for Joe, he was granted one wish. Last week a skinny and non-juicy Joe boarded an airplane and traveled back to his homeland. A few snaps of Joe have appeared on social media, courtesy of his daughters. Now Joe is speaking out for the first time since his long-awaited release.

Teresa Giudice & Her Husband Joe Giudice Will Have Televised Interview With Andy Cohen

Rumors have been swirling about Teresa Giudice and her estranged husband Joe Giudice for years months. She was seen holding hands with a 20-something-year-old named Blake Schreck… more than once. Sources claimed that Teresa barely visited Joe in jail. Reports surfaced that Joe’s mother and brother gave Teresa the cold shoulder during a court appearance in response to all of the cheating rumors.

Now, Joe is out of the ICE detention center and living the skinny life in Italy while he waits on the deportation decision. Teresa and their four daughters haven’t visited yet, but there are some major plans on the agenda. Teresa and Joe will sit down for an interview with Andy Cohen.

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Season 10 of Real Housewives of New Jersey returns on November 4, and I am ready for it! We all know that drama with Teresa Giudice will be front and center, given her situation with her husband, Joe Giudice. Teresa and Joe both pleaded guilty to fraud  in 2014, and both spent time in prison.

Joe completed his 41-month sentence in March of 2018. He was then taken into ICE custody. Joe never became a United States citizen and was ordered to be deported to Italy by an immigration judge.

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It looks like Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 10 is shaping up to be Teresa Giudice vs. Margaret Josephs. Margaret is calling out Teresa for “cocktailing it up all night while her husband is sitting in an ICE cell.” Damn. She’s not holding back.

She’s not just coming for Teresa as a wife. Margaret is also calling out Teresa as a mother. At one point in the season, Margaret actually says to Teresa, “you are the worst f*cking mother.” Wow. I have no words.

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It has been an action-packed few days for Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Joe Giudice. In 2014, Joe and his wife Teresa Giudice pleaded guilty to fraud and both served time away in prison at camp. After Joe completed his 41-month sentence in March of 2018, he was taken into ICE custody. Joe is not a citizen of the United States. An immigration judge ruled that Joe should be deported to Italy.

He filed an appeal, and his lawyer also filed an appeal bond, which asked that Joe be allowed to return to his family in New Jersey while awaiting the final decision on his deportation. That request was denied, so Joe asked to be sent to Italy to await the final decision. Joe left for Italy on October 11, and his next court date is set for November.