Teresa Giudice Prison Life Exposed: Housekeeping ‘Chore List’ Revealed, Parody Twitter Page Mocks Prison Chores

Teresa Giudice has been incarcerated for a whole week now. So it’s probably safe to say that she’s settled into life behind bars. Now, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is reportedly just like any other inmate — responsible for completing assigned chores.

Radar Online reports Teresa’s list of duties have been revealed. Apparently, the famed housewife is now a “housekeeper” according to the Danbury Correctional Facility’s “Inmate Admission & Orientation Handbook.”

The handbook states that inmates are responsible for “making their bed in accordance with posted regulations before work call,” and there’s reportedly no days off. Weekends and holidays are not exempt. The lifestyle behind bars is definitely a drastic change from what Teresa is accustomed to.

However, bed-making isn’t the only chore she’ll be responsible for completing. There’s more that she’ll need to do to ensure her cell remains clean at all times. The handbook also reportedly says, “Each inmate is also responsible for sweeping and mopping their cell floor, removing trash, and ensuring it is clean and sanitary.”

Some fans have wasted no time sharing their opinion of Teresa’s alleged “chore list” via Twitter. While some have sympathy for the mother of four who’ll be spending more than a year away from her children, others feel the chores aren’t that bad and she’ll get over it.

As a matter of fact, in wake of Teresa’s “early release” report, lots of Twitter users haven’t sympathized much with Teresa at all since it appears money is still working in her favor. A parody Twitter account under the handle @Teresa_Giudice_ has also been created since Teresa’s been incarcerated.

So, will fans get to see a visual of Teresa’s life behind bars? Well, not exactly. Several media outlets have questioned whether or not Teresa’s prison escapades will really be exposed. Since Teresa declined Bravo’s offer to film throughout her incarceration and prison workers are not allowed to bring cell phones inside the facility, there shouldn’t be any leaked photos or videos of Teresa making a bed or mopping any floors.

Fans will just have to wait to see Teresa when she’s released from prison. Luckily, her release will reportedly come a little earlier than expected. Last week, it was reported that Teresa Giudice will only serve 13 months instead of 15.

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