Money troubles no more! According to a new report, Teresa Giudice is making some serious cash from her post-prison promotional tour.
RadarOnline is alleging that Giudice is set to make an estimated $3 million over the next several months from her various interview deals, royalties from her new memoir, and her upcoming big return to the show that made her a household name, The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
An insider recently told the site that Giudice’s attorney “has been able to get the best possible deals for Teresa to put her in the black for the first time in years,” since she was released from prison just before Christmas in December, 2015.
“He has been very aggressive but professional in his representation of Teresa,” the source revealed to RadarOnline, adding that Giudice’s recent paychecks have allegedly already allowed her to pay off some of her outstanding debts. “The house is now out of foreclosure, and restitution is paid off,” the insider is claiming.
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The source also confessed to the site that Teresa and her husband Joe’s back taxes, which RadarOnline is alleging to be around $550,000, are also currently “being dealt with” from the money Teresa is making.
So, where is Teresa Giudice’s supposed new found cash coming from?
The site is reporting that Giudice allegedly received $350,000 just from her recent sit down with Real Housewives Executive Producer Andy Cohen, and is also alleging that Teresa could be making anything between $1 million to $2 million from her newly-signed contract to appear on the seventh season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
But it’s not just her TV deals that the site is claiming are bringing in some serious money to the Giudice family home.
According to the site, Teresa also received a “healthy six-figure advance” from Simon & Schuster, the publishers of her new memoir titled Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again, and it’s thought that Teresa will likely net even more cash if the tell-all book becomes a success.
The news that Teresa Giudice is supposedly back in the black comes just hours after Teresa candidly spoke out for the first time about how she said goodbye to her four daughters before entering prison for her almost year long stint in January, 2015.
In a candid sit down with E! News, Giudice revealed that she “felt like [she] was dying” when she had to say goodbye to her children, Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana, and even confessed that she was worried her youngest daughter may forget her while she was locked up behind bars.
“I felt like I was dying, I really did,” Giudice said, comparing her last goodbye with her children before entering Danbury Correctional Facility in Connecticut as being like a scene from the movie Stepmom. “I felt like I was dying and that I only had three months left to share every precious moment with my daughters before I left,” Teresa admitted to E! News.
“I felt like, especially with my baby Audriana, I was like, ‘Oh my God, is she going to forget me?’ ” Giudice revealed in the new interview, where she appeared emotional when discussing her children. “I mean, she was only five years old at the time. I don’t want her to forget about me.”
“They’re my life, like, I live for them,” Teresa Giudice continued to E! News, “Everyone knows I’m very hands-on with my kids — they are my lifeline.”
But while Teresa is telling all about her time behind bars, the Giudice family are preparing for another emotional goodbye as Teresa’s husband Joe is expected to surrender for his own prison sentence next month.
According to Bravo’s Daily Dish, Joe Giudice is set to serve a 41-month sentence at FCI Fort Dix in New Jersey beginning in March, 2016.
What do you think of Teresa Giudice’s alleged multi-million dollar payday?
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