Amber Marchese and her husband, Jim, have filmed The Real Housewives of New Jersey for a single season, and they are quickly learning that there are some strong loyalties between viewers and Teresa Giudice. Much of the previous season was dedicated to Teresa's growing legal problems, as she faced jail time over mortgage and wire fraud.
And while Amber Marchese's husband was working with the prosecutor's office to put Joe Giudice behind bars, it sounds like Amber and Jim don't understand why people are so emotional about Giudice's sentence. Teresa committed a crime, stole money from people, and now, she is serving her time -- something Marchese believes is right.
According to a new tweet, Amber Marchese and husband Jim are both speaking out about Teresa's sentencing, and they feel that people are using the word "tragedy" incorrectly. Teresa did something wrong. She isn't innocent and was ordered to jail. Giudice willingly signed the papers that implicated her in the case.
Amber Marchese and Jim have found an example of a real tragedy that should be discussed instead. And Marchese's husband is ready to challenge those who call Teresa's case a tragedy.
"Next time I here you cry for Tre... think of this family. This is a tragedy. #Priorities #Fight4Right," he revealed, sharing a newspaper clipping of the story regarding Kayla Mueller, who went into a war zone with the goal of being a healer and a peacemaker.
Kayla was killed, and Amber is pointing out that people should be honoring her, crying for her, and hoping the best for her family, as her story is more tragic.
"This women is a hero. she is my hero. We need to honor her!!!" Amber Marchese pointed out, hoping to spread the story around on Twitter.
According to the Inquisitr, Teresa Giudice and her husband, Joe, didn't respect the system and they went to jail for it. If it had been any other couple committing these crimes, without the reality television platform, people wouldn't think twice about the sentencing.
Amber and Jim Marchese do have a point. Teresa has been criticized for setting a bad example for her four daughters. Since Giudice and her husband have been filming the show, gaining fame and now paying for a crime, there could be a sense of glorying the crimes they have committed.
At present time, it is uncertain whether The Real Housewives of New Jersey will continue without Teresa, but Amber and Jim Marchese believe the show could easily continue.
What do you think about Amber Marchese's comments?
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