As reality TV star Teresa Giudice prepares for her lengthy prison sentence, Radar Online reports that she has not taken one particular restriction that she will have to follow very well.
According to an inside source, Teresa Giudice did not like hearing that she would not be able to use Skype to communicate with the outside world at all once she officially begins her prison sentence.
“When Teresa was told video conferencing via Skype or any other type of video chat wouldn’t be available, she became very, very upset.”
The insider further explained that Teresa reacted negatively because the restriction puts a wedge in her plan to keep in contact with her daughters once she is locked up so far away from them.
“If Teresa is sent to prison in West Virginia, it will be hard for the girls to come see her in prison because of the distance. Teresa had hoped that video chats would have been a viable possibility.”
Family aside, not being able to access any type of video conferencing from prison would also ruin any plans that Teresa Giudice had to make guest appearances on the new season of Real Housewives of New Jersey once she starts her sentence.
Radar Online reports that Teresa Giudice will be able to have weekly visits with her kids during her 15-month sentence. Even though she will not be able to have face-to-face conversations with them online, the 42-year-old reality star will still be able to send messages through email.
However, every email that is sent and received will be monitored and controlled strictly by the Bureau of Prisons.
Recently, according to the insider, Teresa has been complaining a lot about accepting the “raw deal” and “bad advice” which led to her prison sentence. Giudice still reportedly feels as is she has done nothing wrong.
In March, Joe and Teresa Giudice pleaded guilty to over 40 counts of fraud after accepting a deal offered to them by federal prosecutors. Joe Giudice received a 41-month sentence while Teresa Giudice only received a 15-month sentence.
Joe and Teresa Giudice have four daughters — Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana. To make sure that one parent can stay home with the children, Teresa and Joe will be serving their sentences at separate times, according to ABC News.
Teresa Guidice will be serving her 15-month sentence first and must surrender to the prison by January 5 of next year.
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