January 23, 2015
Teresa Giudice Fan Mail: How To Send Her Letters In Prison

Reality star Teresa Giudice has not really been in contact with the outside world very much since she started her prison sentence earlier this month.

However, Radar Online confirmed on Thursday that her fans can still reach out to her even while she is still incarcerated. The only problem is that it cannot be done online.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Teresa Giudice is drastically limited when it comes to communication in general -- especially when it comes to connecting with people outside of the prison walls. Several reports claim that she cannot even use Skype to have video chats with her family members.

When it comes to sending emails, Teresa is only allowed to receive them from permitted relatives and close friends. Therefore, all fan mail will have to be sent to Teresa Giudice the old-fashioned way -- in stamped envelopes delivered through the U.S. Postal Service.

The 42-year-old reality star is able to receive letters, cards, etc. from her fans via snail mail. For those interested in doing so, Radar Online has released the mailing address for Teresa Giudice at the Danbury prison.


Before deciding to write Teresa a letter or send any care packages, there are reportedly a few rules that need to be followed closely. For instance, during her 13-month prison sentence, Teresa Giudice is not able to receive any mail that is "determined detrimental to the security, good order, or discipline of the institution."

Keep in mind that all letters and packages sent to prisoners are inspected and closely examined long before the prisoner receives it. Any type of correspondence with threats, perhaps from angered fans and critics, is strictly prohibited.

Radar also reports that people trying to get money from Teresa (even if she rightfully owes them) cannot mail her payment requests since "extortion" is also not allowed.

On the other hand, if you're interested in sending Teresa money to buy her necessities from the commissary, that can be done by using the official MoneyGram ExpressPayment Program, which is explained further on the prison's official website.

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