Joe and Teresa Giudice’s daughter, Gia, has promised to help her father with her younger sisters while her mother serves a 15-month jail sentence, but now she’s going a step further to help her family — she has a new gig that may help bail her parents out of debt.
— CARMEN ✌ GUWOP (@carmen_cici_) October 3, 2014
RHONJ star Teresa Giudice told Andy Cohen on Tuesday’s WWHL special that she got “very emotional” when Gia told her that she would “help Daddy with the girls” while her mom serves time in federal prison. However, Teresa did not mention to Andy that aside from filling in as a mini-mom, Gia launched a new “girl group” named 3KT, a business that could potentially bring in some much-needed cash for the Giudice’s.
The bills are piling up for Joe and Teresa, so profiting off of their daughter may be the easiest way for the couple to make some money, although it certainly sounds like a Giudice-style desperate and sleazy money-making scheme.
— Bravotv (@Bravotv) September 23, 2014
Reality Tea states that Bravo paid the couple $325K to appear on the two-part WWHL special, an amount that will almost cover the $414K in restitution they owe the court. However, even if Bravo did fork over some cash, the couple still owe their creditors $13 million. Joe and Teresa tried to wipe away that debt in bankruptcy court, but last month a judge denied to approve their request to have their $13 million bankruptcy discharged.
— Real Housewives Pics (@RHousewivesPics) October 6, 2014
Although the Giudices have three homes up for sale, there is no confirmation that any of the properties have been sold. Perhaps that’s why Joe and Teresa approve of their daughter putting on tons of makeup, slipping into skimpy clothing, and shaking her 13-year-old body with two of her friends in 3KT’s upcoming music video. If the group takes off, the Giudice’s money troubles could be over, or at least under control.
In Touch reports that Gia Giudice and her friends, Alexa Maetta, 16, and Christianna Cardinale, 14, will debut 3KTs first music video on October 31. Do you think this is a money-motivated move on the part of the Giudices or simply teen girls having fun?