Joe and Teresa Giudice will split up on Monday, but will the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars say goodbye at the gates of federal prison, or will Joe let someone else drive his wife to jail and stay at home with their four daughters?
‼️Our pic o’the day! I LOVE you this pic of @Teresa_Giudice & JOE!! She’s such a strong,love love loving wife & mom‼️ pic.twitter.com/HoKnMowYOj
— TEAM TERESA GIUDICE (@WorldWideTeresa) December 12, 2014
It’s likely Joe will have to call Uber on Monday – his license was recently suspended, leaving him with no way to drive Teresa to prison unless he wants to get arrested again. With only the two oldest Giuduce girls, Gia, 13, and Gabriella, 10, aware that their mother is getting locked up for breaking the law, a family road trip probably would not have happened anyway.
According to Radar Online, Teresa’s two youngest daughters, Milania, 8, and Audriana, 4, are in the dark about their mother’s prison sentence. Apparently, they think the RHONJ star is heading to prison to “work on a book about jail.”
Why would Milania and Audriana believe that their mother would leave home for more than a year to write a book about prison? She didn’t spend 15 months in a restaurant when she wrote her cookbooks.
“Teresa and Joe feel that they are too young to fully comprehend what is going on…[they] are telling the girls that she is going away to work.”
Perhaps Teresa really will write about her prison experiences — she will have more than a year to do so and it could be a way for her to make some extra cash to pay off the mountain of debt that won’t go away on its own.
Prison life won’t be anything like the posh life the reality star has been living, and her hair extensions will be a thing of the past, at least for the 15 months she is locked up. Giudice’s former crisis consultant, Wendy Feldman, tells the Mail Online that Teresa is “in denial” about her prison stay, and that a recent photo that shows her enjoying a rather “lavish” vacation with friends is a sign of the RHONJ star’s “self-destructive” side.
“Trust me, when she lies down on the top bunk of a metal bed at night and think ‘I can’t leave’, it will take a while to sink in… If she continues to be in denial, she won’t even know she’s there, but she could actually be one of those who does hard time — she could make herself miserable the entire time.”
NJ.com reports that Teresa Giudice is scheduled to report to the Danbury Federal Correctional Institute on January 5 to do time for for bankruptcy, mail and wire fraud, and falsified loan applications. However, according to a previous report from the Inquisitr, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) recently posted Teresa’s inmate information online, and will not confirm that she is actually going to FCI Danbury until Monday.
Once Teresa is released at some point in 2016, Joe will begin serving a 41-month sentence for his part in the fraud case — where he will be incarcerated is still unknown.
Do you think Joe will go with Teresa twhen she turns herself into prison on Monday, or will he wave goodbye from their Montville, New Jersey, mansion and begin his job as Mr. Mom to the couple’s four daughters?