‘RHONJ’ Star Teresa Giudice Preparing To Divorce ‘Juicy’ Joe While He Is Behind Bars? Family Is ‘Terrified’ By Deportation Threats

Teresa Giudice is not handling her husband’s prison sentence well.

With Joe Giudice behind bars and worried about deportation, is Teresa planning on divorcing him?

According to Perez Hilton, Teresa misses Joe more than ever now that he is serving a three-year sentence in Fort Dix. Joe was charged and convicted of fraud and is currently staying at the Federal Correctional Institution.

Teresa recently posted a photo of her and Joe on Instagram.

“Can’t wait to do yoga again with my Juicy Joe Love him,” she wrote alongside the image.

Teresa has had a difficult time with her husband’s life behind bars.

People is reporting that one of the most tear-jerking moments Andy Cohen has ever seen happened when Teresa came home from her own prison term.

“I’ve seen it three or four times, and I wept every time,” Cohen revealed. “It’s the realest, most raw moment that I’ve seen. When you see these four girls jump in her arms, it’s like nothing that I’ve seen.”

The moment will be included in the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

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Meanwhile, it is clear that prison changed Teresa. In fact, Cohen went on to admit that fans can expect to see a whole new Teresa when the reality show returns next month.

“You do see a different Teresa, and you do see how this year away really changed her,” Cohen stated. “Those are the two relationships to watch, and you’ll be surprised by how they turn out.”

The relationships Cohen is referring to are between Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga, her sister-in-law, and Jacqueline Laurita, her former bestie.

Teresa served 15 months in prison for fraud. She was released back in December and managed to make it home in time for Christmas.

“Prison was tough for her, but she made the best of it. She couldn’t wait to get home to Joe and the girls from the minute she set foot in prison,” an insider revealed at the time. “She is so happy and grateful that she is able to be home with them, for Christmas, no less.”

To make matters worse for the Giudice family, Joe started his own term behind bars in March.

It isn’t known how Teresa is handling Joe’s absence and the hardships put on her family. It is clear, however, that Joe is very worried about what will happen to him once he is released from prison.

Is this a sign of trouble in their marriage?

According to Radar Online, Joe believes there is a strong chance that he will get deported back to Italy after his prison sentence is over.

“He’s worried sick about having to leave Teresa and the girls forever,” an insider told the outlet.

If Joe is deported, there’s no telling when he would be able to return to the U.S., especially given his criminal record.

Teresa Giudice and her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga [Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows]In the meantime, Joe has been on his best behavior in prison, despite checking in completely drunk.

“Joe doesn’t want to cause any problems, or act in any way that could be used against him,” the insider added. “He doesn’t want to stand out. He’s lying low.”

So far, Joe has stayed out of trouble with the guards and is “doing much better now.”

Apparently, the reality star is being protected by his mob ties, which prevents any of the other inmates from harassing him.

At this point, it’s too early to tell if authorities will deport Joe after he is released. Whatever ends up happening, it will be interesting to see how Teresa deals with his absence in the months to come.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey is set to premiere July 10 on Bravo.

Tell us! Are you excited to see Teresa Giudice return to reality TV? Let us know in the comments and check out the RHONJ Season 7 trailer below.


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