Wendy Feldman Doesn’t Think Teresa Giudice Can Handle Living In A ‘Small House’

Wendy Feldman isn’t so sure her former client, The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice, can handle living in a “small house” while filming the Bravo reality show.

On January 13, after talk show host Wendy Williams asked fans what they thought of the news claiming The Real Housewives of New Jersey would be put on hold until after Giudice returned from prison, Feldman let her opinion be known on Twitter.

“And who says she will come home, be able to cope with a new ‘small house,’ and want that on TV? Plus the kids?'”

Feldman shared a second tweet the following day.

“Just because I had a difference of opinion w Teresa and I’ve been critical of her actions, I’ve never made up BS. She’s in Prison. Let it be.”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Wendy Feldman revealed last month she was planning to write a tell-all book, which would include details about her time with the Real Housewives of New Jersey star.

In an interview with Radar Online, Wendy Feldman revealed what fans can expect.

“There will be several chapters in my new book dedicated to my time spent working with Teresa Giudice. From the day I met her, until the day I quit, and how Teresa went downhill so fast after that. I had to juggle so many things while working with Teresa, including many of my other non-celebrity clients. It was a constant struggle with Teresa to get her to take responsibility for her actions, and I was basically on call for her 24/7.”

Feldman will also discuss how law works.

“The book won’t be only about Teresa, and will reveal how the judicial system really works, especially in the world of celebrity and public opinion. It will be a fascinating read. I wish Teresa only the best and hope she learns and grows from her time behind bars.”

While Feldman’s book will certainly be a headline-making piece of work, news of the book didn’t sit well with Giudice, who is reportedly considering suing her former crisis manager.

An insider revealed the news to Radar Online.

“Letters will be sent to Wendy and the publisher, stating the book is a violation of Teresa’s privacy. If Teresa needs to file a lawsuit against Wendy and anyone else associated with this book, she will. Teresa has already had lawyers send legal correspondence to [Wendy Feldman] reminding her not to discuss the case publicly.”

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