In the final installment of season six of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Bravo is airing a “Secrets Revealed 2” episode tonight. Just in time to show the public a “human” side of their
cash cow future jailbird, Teresa Giudice. The convicted felon is scheduled to surrender to prison right after the holidays.
Teresa must report to prison on January, 5, 2015. She will serve her sentence first, while Joe stays home with their four girls. Once Teresa completes her sentence, Joe will start his.
Teresa & Joe pled guilty to a litany of fraud charges. Joe Giudice was sentenced to what amounts to three-and-a-half years in prison. Teresa Giudice was sentenced to 15 months in prison. Judge Esther Salas ordered both to serve two years’ probation following the completion of their term.
In this last ditch effort to make Teresa & Joe appear family oriented, the Giudices spend time in the snow with their daughters. In the preview video, Milania reveals she sneaks out of the house while grounded and when questioned by her mother, sweet pea affectionately responds, “You just shut your butthole,” then follows with “I can say butthole whenever I want.” Lovely!
“There’s journeys in life that you go through and obstacles,” Teresa says, “And at the end of the day, all my daughters need to know is that mommy and daddy love them with all our hearts and that they’ll always be safe with us.”
The Giudice family all play in the snow and Teresa & Joe appear emotional as the realization that the clock is running out on their freedom hits them.
The couple recently placed their six-bedroom home in the Towaco section of Montville on the market for $3.4 million. They also listed their four-bedroom Shore house in the Beach Haven West section of Stafford Township for sale for $315,000.
In addition to the prison terms, Judge Salas ordered the couple to forfeit $414,588. Additionally, the judge fined Joe Giudice $10,000 and fined Teresa Giudice $8,000.
“Real Housewives of New Jersey” Secrets Revealed Part 2 airs tonight, November 20 at 8:00 pm EST.
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