Will Teresa Giudice’s Diva Behavior Cause The ‘RHONJ’ Star Trouble Behind Bars?

Teresa Giudice’s diva behavior won’t work in her favor behind bars. As the Real Housewives of New Jersey star serves her 15-month prison term, a report has surfaced claiming the reality star’s high-profile life could make her a target in prison.

In a new interview with Radar Online, former inmate Beatrice Codianni recommended Teresa Giudice’s diva behavior be turned down during her time at Danbury’s, Connecticut, federal prison.

“My advice to Teresa is to maintain as low a profile as possible. If the other inmates are picking on Teresa, which they might do because of her celebrity status, do not do anything that will get you more time in there.”

On The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice’s diva behavior is fun to watch, but for inmates living with her for the next 15 months, it would certainly be a bit bothersome to have to deal with such an over-the-top personality in such a small space.

“I just hope she just keeps her focus and doesn’t let anyone say or do anything to her that will get her upset and set her off because the first thing they will take away from her are her visitation rights.”

As the Inquisitr reported, Giudice recently was visited by her husband, Joe Giudice, and their four daughters Gia, 13, Gabriella, 9, Milania, 8, and Audriana, 5. All in all, according to a report by E! News, things went well.

“The family was impressed at how nice they are. Teresa said the food is really good and that her roommate is pretty and very nice. The visit was exciting for everyone. It wasn’t a sad goodbye. It was a ‘See you soon.’ Everyone was just very relieved that Teresa looks and sounds so good.”

As for future visits, Codianni had a few tips for The Real Housewives of New Jersey star.

“When her Joe and the girls come to visit, Teresa needs to make sure to tell her kids something positive about her stay. She needs to let them know she is okay by saying that she has made friends, or saw a beautiful sunset. She needs to comfort the girls so they are not more traumatized than they already are by all of this. She must think about her family life while she is inside Danbury and she needs to concentrate on keeping herself and her family together through this.”

As long as Teresa Giudice’s diva behavior stays in check, she will be released in early 2016.

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