Jacqueline Laurita decided to return to The Real Housewives of New Jersey this season, even though she didn’t have too much to offer. Laurita and her husband were launching a new popcorn business, and they needed the extra money from Bravo to help raise their autistic son. However, it sounds like Laurita also returned to the show with a goal in mind; get Teresa Giudice to get admit her own wrongdoings in the fraud case that has plagued the family for a while.
According to a new tweet, Jacqueline Laurita is now revealing that she has yet to get Teresa to admit to her wrongdoings. Laurita really wanted Teresa to admit that she had signed the papers that were used to defraud people and that she was an active participant in her husband’s fraudulent business dealings. While Giudice has denied knowing that she was doing anything wrong, Jacqueline is convinced that she must have known something and Teresa’s lack of responsibility is one of the reasons why these ladies are no longer friends.
— AllThingsRH (@AllThingsRH) October 31, 2016
“It’s pretty clear Teresa will never own anything she’s done it’s always someone else’s fault,” one person wrote to Jacqueline as last night’s finale of The Real Housewives of New Jersey aired on Bravo, to which Laurita replied, “Agreed. That’s one of the reasons why I can’t be friends with her.”
Of course, Jacqueline Laurita really wanted Giudice to take responsibility for her crimes and she even called her a criminal during their dinner in Vermont. However, Jacqueline doesn’t think that Teresa has taken any responsibility for her crimes and last night, Laurita decided to share that her former friend has blamed just about everyone, except herself, for spending time in prison.
— All About The Tea (@AllAboutTheTea_) October 31, 2016
“Teresa blamed Melissa, her brother, her husband’s ex partner, her attorney, me, Caroline & others for her going to prison. Everyone but herself,” Jacqueline Laurita pointed out on her Twitter account, sharing that Giudice has yet to take responsibility for the fraud she signed off on a few years ago.
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Of course, Teresa is under the belief that Jacqueline Laurita may have said something to the IRS to tip them off about her husband’s business dealings. For a while, she even blamed Melissa Gorga. However, there’s no proof that anyone tipped off the IRS about Joe Giudice’s business dealings.
“Teresa has made a fool of herself blaming u & sayn u contacted the gvnt! How insane is that! Any1 who believes that is also nuts!” one person wrote to Jacqueline Laurita on Twitter, who replied with, “I haven’t heard from anyone who does. Lol! It’s crazy. We were friends when her investigation started. She just wants people not to like me.”
— All About The Tea (@AllAboutTheTea_) October 21, 2016
Even though Jacqueline revealed that many people were writing to her in support during last night’s finale of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, some people felt that she was a bully. Why would she come back to the show, only to hassle and harass Teresa to admit to something she clearly wasn’t going to?
“What has happened to you? Are the producers making you out to be this annoying or has something snapped? I used to like you…,” one person wrote back to Laurita, who ignored the tweet.
People are really split when it comes to who they support. While some people feel that Teresa has served her time and should be given a second chance, others believe that she should be confronted and possibly humiliated for her wrongdoings.
“I really wanted to believe that Teresa was sincere about wanting to rebuild our friendship, HOWEVER, Melissa was the one who kept me from believing it was ever genuine from day one! Melissa was the one who told me not to trust Teresa. Melissa was the one that told me Teresas friendship with me wasn’t real or sincere and not to trust it or her,” Laurita pointed out in her blog for The Real Housewives of New Jersey, according to Bravo.
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) October 24, 2016
What do you think of Jacqueline Laurita’s mission to slam Teresa? Do you think Giudice has avoided taking responsibility for her actions?
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