Looks like Juicy Joe Giudice of the Real Housewives of New Jersey has been given permission to stay in the country while he continues to fight getting deported to Italy. Meaning he and his wife Teresa Giudice won’t need to divorce after all! Well at least for now, we’ll see where her Real Housewives of New Jersey storyline leads her. Maybe the whole idea of getting her groove back without Joe will lead her there anyway. Or maybe now that he won’t be able to scam the government to keep her living in tacky-luxury she’ll tire of him? Post-prison relationships, amirite?
Joe Giudice of Real Housewives Of New Jersey is getting closer to packing a bag and leaving the United States (and also his wife Teresa Giudice) for good. The Board of Immigration Appeals decided to deny Joe’s deportation appeal and while his lawyer is still doing all he can to keep him in the US, it seems like Joe’s fate may be sealed.
Joe Giudice got to enjoy freedom for all of fifteen seconds, because it’s being reported that after his stint in prison, Joe was picked up by different authorities, this time of the immigration variety, and he was once again detained and he’s going to stay that way for a while. What’s a great way to celebrate completing 41 months in prison? More lock-up time!
Us Weekly and Radar both posted pictures of bodybuilding Housewife of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice, –gasp–holding hands with a boy at a party with her husband Juicy Joe sits in a prison cell! All that glamour just cannot be contained by one man! Someone get the brand! We need to put a scarlet A on this trick ASAP!
Last October, Juicy Joe of the Real Housewives of New Jersey was told by a judge he’s going to be deported back to Italy after serving a 41-month sentence for bankruptcy fraud and tax evasion. In news that should shock absolutely not a single living soul on the planet, Teresa Giudice has apparently said that she will not go to Italy to be with her husband if he’s deported. I am shocked (no I’m not, didn’t you read the first part) that rich-ass television personality Teresa doesn’t want to leave the only country in the world she is mildly relevant in. I am beside myself in astonishment. In other news: Water Is Wet. Continue reading