It looks like Teresa and Joe Giudice are trying to unload one of their houses before potentially moving to the Big House!
RadarOnline.com has confirmed that The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars have quietly listed their New Jersey mansion for $ 3.99 million. The reality star couple purchased the home in 2002 for $ 530,000, but they didn’t move in until 2008 after years of renovations. In 2012, the… Continue reading Strapped For Cash? Teresa And Joe Giudice Selling New Jersey Mansion For Nearly $4 Million Ahead Of Sentencing
Season Six of The Real Housewives of New Jersey could be Teresa Giudice’s best yet — as far as her salary is concerned. radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that the fan fave is raking in a hefty $ 700,000 for the current season of Bravo’s show. But unfortunately, a source says, nearly all of that is going right back out to pay for hefty legal fees in connect… Continue reading Crime Pays! Teresa Giudice Making $700K For The Current Season Of ‘RHONJ’ — & It’s All Going To Legal Fees, Claims Source
It looks like Teresa and Joe Giudice will be able to spend more time at home before their sentencing hearing, as it has been pushed back until September, according to In Touch.
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A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office released a statement to the magazine explaining the last-minute delay:
“Joe and… Continue reading They’ve Got More Time! Teresa And Joe Giudice’s Hearing Has Been Postponed Following Death Of Joe’s Father
Book ‘em has a whole new meaning for The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice these days.
As the reality star and best-selling author awaits sentencing on charges of fraud, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that she can’t depend on her literary ventures to pay her legal bills: Industry records show that sales of Giudice’s books have been dismal since her legal troubles unfolded… Continue reading Crime DOESN’T Pay: Teresa Giudice Book Sales Drop Whopping 97% In Light Of Fraud Case