#RHONJ Joe Giudice’s Deportation After Prison Confirmed — Prison Bars Him From Fighting Immigration Case!

Posted on Sep 13 2017 - 10:51am by Staff Writer

The end is near!

Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice’s impending deportation after serving his federal prison sentence is wreaking havoc on his already troubled life.

The husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey convict, Teresa Giudice, claims prison officials are “improperly” preventing him from entering a prison-based alcohol-treatment program that could reduce his sentence up to a year. If he successfully completed the program — the reality fraudster would be eligible for house arrest on November 11, 2018.

CLICK: Joe Giudice Reveals Teresa’s Involvement In Their Crimes Despite Lawsuit Blaming Bankruptcy Attorney (Video)


According to court documents filed on Friday — Giudice’s attorney asserts that officials at Fort Dix Federal Prison in New Jersey are using a detainer placed on him by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), as a reason to prohibit him from the prison’s treatment program.

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Inmates with a detainer are barred from participating in various programs, because the restriction prevents them from completing treatment as outlined.

Federal immigration laws dictate that after Joe completes his 41-month prison sentence, he’ll be deported back to his native Italy. 

As reported, Joe, 45, is a non-U.S. citizen. He was born in Italy and came to America as a little boy — therefore, the reality TV husband was always in imminent danger of being kicked out of the U.S., upon his release from prison.

EXCLUSIVE: Shocking Statements From Teresa & Joe Giudice’s Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Hearing Revealed


In 2014, Joe and his reality star wife both pled guilty to bankruptcy fraud and submitting false loan applications to get $5 million in mortgages and construction loans. Giudice also pleaded guilty to tax evasion.

The habitual law-breaker also claims in the filing that the prison is preventing him from fighting his upcoming deportation. An immigration hearing is set for March 14, 2019 and the prison does not allow inmates to appear before immigration judges.

The dad of four has an extensive rap sheet — spanning over two decades:

  • Assault (Joe smashed a woman’s head into a mailbox in 1992)
  • Bank fraud
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Identity fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Multiple DUIs
  • Driving on a suspended license (Joe’s had his driver’s license suspended more than a dozen times) 

Giudice is using the defense that other federal prisons allow inmates to challenge their deportations, so he should be able to as well. The court documents state:

“ICE’S placement of a detainer on him has deprived him of all programs afforded to other inmates at Ft. Dix without giving Mr. Giudice a chance to challenge his removability from the United States. He will not be able to fight removal until 2019.”

According to the Bureau of Prisons database, Joe’s release date is set for March 14, 2019. However, instead of going home, he’ll likely be turned over to the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement for his exile from the United States.

Will Joe score a legal victory and be allowed to join the treatment program and fight his deportation? Tell us what you think. Sound off in the comments. 

 

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  • Karoline

    With rap sheet like that he should be deported. I had no idea he assaulted a woman!

  • wellWellwell

    I am tired of my tax paying dollars supporting criminal illegals in this country, I’m all in for his deportation. He can take his family with him. Maybe this will put an end to the criminal syndicate known as The Fake Housewives of New Jersey. Arrivederci!!

    • MissScarletwithaRevolver

      Yup. Houzabout da Vero Casalinghe de Napoli? Has a ring to it!

  • BeachedBlonde

    A PERFECT EXAMPLE of why illegal CROOKS should be deported. Get them hell out of our country – GO ICE, GO TRUMP!!! 🙌

    • Karoline

      Apparently he is violent as well.

  • RealitytvJunkie

    Why would ICE keep a habitual criminal here…to commit more crimes? Crime is all Joe knows. Kick his out and send his wife and their ugly kids with him. That whole family is a menace to society. Ugly ass leeches.

    • SMDRN66

      LOL! Well his wife and kids kinda are US citizens. (damn it). And I have a feeling that Teresa is not going to follow Joe to Italy. I’m sure they’ll visit. And I can’t even say that deportation to Italy is really a bad thing. It’s such a beautiful country. It’s not like a real punishment and getting deported to a shit hole.

      • RealitytvJunkie

        I don’t think Teresa has any intention of following him to Italy because the US is where she makes her money. She’s cheating anyway so I bet she’s looking forward to his banishment.

        • SMDRN66

          You know, I really hope she is cheating. But my gut tells me that she is still delusional about her marriage. I so hope I’m wrong. She’s not perfect, and I hope she really keeps working to do the right thing. I know a lot of old school Italians like Teresa. Walking away from a marriage is unthinkable. She does need to set a good example for her daughters. I think Gia, Gabby, and Audriana wouldn’t hate Teresa if she did walk. Milania….she’s that old troll’s girl. That’s her problem child.

      • Karoline

        Italy has to agree to take him. It could be a problem.

        • shayvoe

          They have to take Joe, as he is their citizen….they have no choice. What they don’t have to do it take Teresa, if she decided to move with him. As a convicted felon, they don’t have to take her and probably won’t. She is a US citizen, so we are stuck with her.

  • SMDRN66

    The only leg he has to stand on is that all Federal Correctional Facilities need to have the same rules when it comes to the legal system. If Ft Dix won’t allow him to attend his immigration hearings or participate in the rehab program whereas other facilities allow it, I would fight it too. It’s not like he’s in a state prison. Those rules vary from state to state, but Federal should be the same for all Federal facilities. I don’t know what the outcome of the hearing will be. Well we know it will be deportation or being allowed to stay, but it’s this inconsistency that’s going to create problems for the whole system. This really isn’t about visiting hours, food preferences, or not having cable TV. This is about their legal rights.

    At the state psych hospital where I work, we get pre-trial forensic patients all the time. They were deemed by the judge of being incapable to proceed because they couldn’t determine if the person understood what his legal rights were. Most of them have a history of mental illness but some don’t. So they come here and are treated like any other psych patient except there is a forensic component added to the process. The patient will be eval’d by a forensic psychologist and go over the charges and court preceding. Unless the patient is so psychotic and delusional that there is no reality based conversations to be had, the patient would start to attend the Know Your Rights group. Once the patient has been stabilized and has passed the KYRs groups, the forensic psychologist will again eval the patient. If deemed able to proceed, the petition will go before the judge again, and the patient will be returned to the jail to stand trial. In minor cases, sometimes the charges get dropped because it’s obvious the person was not in his right mind at the time. Then when the patient is stabilized, we could DC them home with outpt follow up and a 90 outpt commitment. Okay, sorry, a long winded explanation I know. But the point is that depriving convicts of their rights can cause a lot of charges to get dropped if it’s not done the right way.

    • Chi Town Baby

      All federal prisons don’t have to follow the same rules. Each prison has their own set of rules and regulations that prisoners must abide by. That includes Joe, he’s not special.

      • SMDRN66

        I know that, but I’m not talking about basic rules. I’m taking about Constitutional rights. You still have them even if convicted. The main thing is not allowing him to attend a Federal legal proceeding…not about a special program or extra visiting hours. Those types of things have to be the same in each Federal institution.

    • RealitytvJunkie

      Your job sounds like fun! Never a dull moment. Do some people try to fake being crazy and if so, how do you determine they’re faking it?

      • SMDRN66

        We had once guy here a few years ago. He killed his GF in Virginia. He drove into NC and turned himself in. He said he was hearing voices and the devil made him do it. So he was sent here. The entire staff of psychiatrists and psychologists found him to be faking it. They do several face to face interviews. A battery of psychiatric testings. There are many questionnaires the patients fill out themselves. It looks at personality and thought processes. Depressive symptoms. They are also designed to show if someone is not being truthful. I’m an RN and don’t grade these things, so I’m not sure how all the markers work. He showed no sign of being psychotic. So back to jail he went and I think was later extradited to Virginia. I worked in the ER for years before going into Case Management, but like the ER, it’s never dull here at all. The most horrific and saddest cases are some of the kids we get here. Especially the Russian kids adopted by people who were denied fostering or adopting here in the US. Most of those kids in the orphanages have suffered sexual and physical abuse. They were taken from alcoholic mothers. The staff who care for them are vile people. There are times I just cry reading their history. So not only are they pretty much damaged emotionally for life, they get adopted by a nutjob who feels they need to snap out of it and appreciate that they have a new home. So when the kids start acting out, they dump them here because they can’t manage them.

        And then we get the pleasantly psychotic people. Like a frequent flyer who was asked what coping skills he finds effective answered, dance, laugh, and shit kick some bitches. Yes, I do love my job.

    • BeachedBlonde

      Luv ya, but PLEASE don’t make your posts so LONG, OK? When they’re overly LONG like that, most people (including me) don’t even bother to READ them!! 😲 Just sayin…

      • SMDRN66

        Sorry….I know. I just rambled. One of those days. But I did get a flu shot today!

        • Sandy Wood

          I thoroughly enjoy every word of your posts. It’s great to hear from someone on the front lines.

          • wellWellwell

            Count me in on that.

          • RHONJ Fan

            Me too. I also enjoyed SMDRN66’s post. It was educational and written well.

          • Karoline

            Agree.

        • SMDRN66

          Thanks! Youz awl made my day!

        • Chloe

          Love your post!

        • SassyMcAsspants

          I thought your post was perfect. That’s why there’s an option to expand the post for continued reading. 😀

    • RHONJ Fan

      Nice post. Thank you for sharing.

      • SMDRN66

        Thank you. I always love reading posts from people who have inside information on how things really work. I’m never too old to learn something.

        • wellWellwell

          You had a lot of interesting things to say SMDRN, I enjoyed them and so did others. Like you, I’m never too old to learn new things (although I forget most of it). You have one interesting job, that’s for sure.

    • Maisey 😎 🇺🇸

      Thanks. Interesting.

    • SassyMcAsspants

      That’s for the info!

    • Great post! I enjoyed reading it.

  • shayvoe

    I would say he doesn’t have a leg to stand on, but he and his felon wife seem to weather a “bump in their road”, and not miss a beat in living their lavish lifestyle. I hope that he gets deported, because it is what he deserves. Maybe his luck has run out, because he is dealing with the feds now.

    • RealitytvJunkie

      From what I have been reading on immigration laws – I think his deportation is definite. His main issue is the type of crimes he committed and his long wrap sheet.

      • wellWellwell

        Yes. He needs to be deported as the law requires and he can blame his parents for that one. The other criminal acts are on him.. & Teresa.

  • BetteDavisEyez1

    Ciao!! Buona Sera!! Arrivederci!!
    If everyone else of a darker hue has to get the boot, so should his criminal ass. See ya!! Hate to be ya!!

    • RealitytvJunkie

      Lmao.

  • Sandy Wood

    It sounds like Teresa is trying to hustle along the deportation order by having his sentence cut by a year for attending the alcohol treatment program.
    He should maybe attend the treatment program after he finishes his sentence and while he is awaiting his deportation order.
    The least they can do is return him to Italy as sober as when he arrived as a baby.

    • wellWellwell

      We shouldn’t have to pay one more dime for his illegal fat azz to stay in prison. Deport him today! He took advantage on so many levels, he is owed nothing but a one way ticket to his home country. He can blame his parents for that one, not us!

      • Sandy Wood

        Multiple DUI’s and caught driving under a suspended license 12 times should have been enough to do it right there.

        • wellWellwell

          Slamming a women’s head against a mailbox.. wow. I didn’t know about that one, he’s also violent..sheesh! I volunteer to pay for his one way ticket.

          • At one of the reunions, Jacqueline exposed that Joe and Teresa physically come to blows often.

        • RHONJ Fan

          He’s a sick man and has no regard for anyone but himself. Drunk driving kills so many and yet Teresa allowed him to get behind the wheel- many times while inebriated.

    • RHONJ Fan

      The alcohol treatment program happens in prison, while he serves his time. Many inmates apply for this program and rehab programs to cut their time, even if they don’t have substance abuse problems.

  • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

    I’m stunned … I … but he … uh … but they can’t just …. um … but this is …. he has a … I’m too upset to write. Talk amongst yourselves~

    • BetteDavisEyez1

      But… but… isn’t it your POTUS that vowed to rid us of all the illegals & criminals?!? Oh wait!! They are one & the same. No?!?

      • wellWellwell

        Shh.. BD he’s upset right now. Trust me his POTUS is only deporting criminal illegals..like Joe Giudice. We can’t cherry pick now can we..LOL

        • BetteDavisEyez1

          So true, Well. What was I thinking?!?

          • wellWellwell

            Yeah, no HW’s or lackie huzbands get special treatment from the Feds just because they’re on Bravo. (although they have, that’s for sure)

          • BetteDavisEyez1

            Not to mention he will be sent back to Italy. Italy!!
            Not Haiti or Beirut. IJS.

          • wellWellwell

            No kidding, I wouldn’t be complaining I would be like..when can I go?
            Plus he will be away from Teresa, it’s a win, win, what is he thinking.
            He can’t come back to visit the only way he will be forced to see her is her flying over there. I think Joe (secretly) wants to be deported, he’s play acting disgruntled.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            That thought has entered my mind as well. He seemed so beaten down and just fed up before he went away. Maybe he IS too angry (blaming our system) and just done (living here). If he does go to Italy, he better have some money saved, because it’s one of the most expensive places on Earth.

          • wellWellwell

            He can do it though, he still has family there. I’m sure they have connections and could get him employment. I wouldn’t put it past Bravo to film there. Messy and Bald Joe will be upset not getting screen time but the shows NOT about them is it. HA! I bet they would move in a NY minute for film time and claim it was to support Teresa and the girls.
            (eye roll)

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            What an excellent idea!~ Just think of all the beautiful scenery. It would be like The Godfather (when Michael was hiding out in Corleone, Sicily!) with a little of Below Deck thrown in. Tre and their dorters could all get (business related) free trips courtesy of Bravo, and the tax write benefits would be huge as well. Hmmm … you may be onto something here. But I still hope that JJ isn’t separated from his fambly. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9672564093767d84e2bb3b4d01324c62e64f0dd289eec1dbb482a7d70d91aaa8.gif

          • wellWellwell

            “But I still hope that JJ isn’t separated from his fambly”
            I agree deport them all!
            I’m sure his lawyer’s know some crooks in NY that Trump knows and will do a favor for. LOL What a saga!

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Hey wait, I thought you were on the Trump train …

          • wellWellwell

            I fell off awhile back, he’s not my kind of Republican. The Republicans need to clean house, we need people like Tom Cotton, new blood.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Well I can agree half of that … Trump needs to drain the RINO swamp.

          • wellWellwell

            He is part of the swamp AEW. He is turning his back on Angel Moms and my Aunt is one of them. Unless he does a 180, he will never get my vote again. His dinner tonight screams volumes.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Huh? You know the loony left congress people and judges are blocking every move he makes on the illegal immigration crises. The President’s job is to bring everyone together and has to have the support of some on the left. So he will be schmoozing with the upper echelon … that’s what a good negotiator does.

          • wellWellwell

            We’ll see.. I’m not holding my breath.

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        No, only the “bad hombres” … gang, related, drug dealers, and those who have demonstrated violent tendencies … JJ is just a harmless shlub.

        • wellWellwell

          He bashed a women’s head against a mailbox AEW..come on buddy.. :/

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Sounds like fake news to me.

          • wellWellwell

            Of course it does..did you read that long list in this post above?
            Looks at the bright side..its Italy!! Joe knows the language and think of all the eye candy he can enjoy. It was like he was on a game show and his big prize was a trip to Italy.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            I know the written word is powerful, but that doesn’t make it true. Of course if he was deported, it’s not the end of the world (having homes in two countries would be very glamorous), but I don’t believe it will come to that. In fact, dinner is on me if I’m wrong. Do they have a Golden Coral where you are?

          • wellWellwell

            Depends if Italy will except him back. He has returned for vacations unless he was using a false I.D. (GASP!) so my guess is yes.
            I’ll have steak please..
            BTW: Guess who dinner is on tonight? Trump, he’s hosting Pelosi & the Shmuck. GAG!

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Yes I’m hearing about that … ugh~ I supposed they HAVE to all work together; that’s just the way it is. I’m sensing Nans and Chucky are finally getting it that nothing they’ve tried to throw at Trump is sticking, so may as well make the best (or worst) or it.

          • wellWellwell

            or your scenario, just the other way around..God help us..smh

    • Elizabeth Fisher

      Tre’s not uprooting those girls to move them to Italy. They have their friends and schools. It will be interesting to see if she divorces him because we know she can’t trust him not to date while he’s in Italy and she’s here in the US.

      • Maisey 😎 🇺🇸

        Damn…..she can’t trust him not to date in prison.

    • Why is this happening to us?

      Looks like you’re verklempt…lol

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        Well I was … I guess I just wasn’t prepared. But after some quiet time I recovered! But I wish to never start my morning like that again … certainly not before coffee.

        • Why is this happening to us?

          lol…no, you really need to have some coffee before coming on here!

  • BeachedBlonde

    QUIT WATCHING THIS RIDICULOUS SHOW!!! That’s the best way possible to make your voices heard – hit em (Bravo) where it hurts, in their POCKETBOOK!!! 😎

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      Bite your tongue~! I can’t wait for the new season!

    • Salmah

      BRAVO!!! Agree 100% They are CONVICTED CRIMINALS and this show glamorizes them and makes what they did minimal.

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        Well, they didn’t kill anyone. So they (allegedly) lied on some loan papers … like who hasn’t embellished their resumes?

        • Tara Christine

          they allegedly lied on loan papers, didn’t file/pay taxes for 4 years, and defrauded small businesses. and took people’s rent money without paying the mortgage on the building. can you imagine paying rent each month only to find out your being evicted cuz the owner didn’t pay the mortgage 11 million dollars of fraud. innocent TAX paying americans suffered.

          • Chloe

            It’s not “allegedly.” Joe and Teresa pled guilty to lying on loan applications, were convicted of it, and served prison time for it.

        • Chloe

          They lied on loan papers and as a result, defrauded $5 million from banks. Then had the audacity not to pay the banks back and added insult to injury by filing bankruptcy.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Well if you’re going to get technical about it.

          • Chloe

            I know details can be so annoying lol.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            But Chloe, surely you believe in redemption. They’ve paid their dues, don’t you think they’ve suffered enough?

          • Chickpea16

            They thought they were so smart getting free money to buy shit and play the poor me card and declare bankruptcy. Not one college fund though for the girls.

  • kikid26

    Maybe I’ve seen one too many rom-com’s but since he’s married to Teresa doesn’t he kind of already have U.S. citizenship? Is it because of his criminal record that he can seemingly be deported so easily or did he not have proper paperwork after he got married? It just seems like something is missing with the potential for deportation.

    • RHONJ Fan

      Someone with US resident status (a green card holder) does not become a US citizen by default of marriage or any other means, besides applying for US citizen through the US Immigration Office and going through process to covert US resident status to US citizenship status. The process can be difficult and lengthy. Joe would of had to read up on our US government and laws, and be tested as part of the process. I doubt he was up for the challenge. Many US residents live in the US their entire lives and never apply for US citizenship.

      • RRRobin

        What I don’t understand is why we, as taxpayers, are coughing up at least $40k/yr to incarcerate him if they intend to depart him. Why not just show him the door tomorrow?

      • charma

        I’ve heard its fairly easy to pass. You can have a limited knowledge of English and pass it. Heard that from a lawyer.

    • SMDRN66

      It used to be that way but it changed. He was just a baby when his parents moved here from Italy. I don’t know if they became citizens or what, but Joe should have applied for citizenship when he turned 18. His brother did but he didn’t.

      • shayvoe

        His brother was born here, so he didn’t have to apply for citizenship. Joe was the only kid of his parent’s who was born in Italy, the rest were born in the US.

  • Dana

    This is some bullshit. No prison has the right to stop Joe from defending himself in court. I hope he sues the prison and wins. I know I would if someone tried to stop me from attending a court date. I still dont understand why he’s not allowed to treat his drug problem. Seems to me the prison is targeting Joe because he’s a celebrity.

    • Polly

      He can go to AA meetings. What he can’t due is use the program that will shorten his sentence. A person has to continue this program after release, and if he’s deported he can’t continue it so he isn’t eligable.

    • Karoline

      Targeting Joe, because he is a celebrity? Are you kidding? I don’t think his ” celebrity” is a factor.

    • Karoline

      Remember when he called his wife a c u next Tuesday?

    • EyesWideOpen

      Any chance you were the one whose head he smashed into the mailbox causing brain damage?
      I Get It. He kidnapped you and now you are suffering from Stockholm Syndrome.

  • Bryan

    Why do I get the feeling he is probably going to enjoy being back in Italy, away from all of Jersey, as I recall he still has family there, a place to go, a family home?

    • wellWellwell

      I agree Bryan. I think right before Joe went in, he made it clear he was over it.
      Teresa is not over ‘it’ the fame, and that’s the problem. His best bet is back in beautiful Italy.

      • Bryan

        not a bad place to be deported to

        • wellWellwell

          I’ll go..

      • Tara Christine

        Caroline said it first. teresa is going to divorce him and write a book about it

  • RHONJ Fan

    Best news I’ve read all day. The government can’t justify keeping him in the US. His disregard for our laws could potentially result in someone losing their life.

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      But his alleged crimes were not of a violent nature.

      • Tara Christine

        smashing a women’s head into a mailbox??? DUI how many times (he could have killed someone) those aren’t violent?! and you don’t get to come here and steal from hardworking americans. they defrauded other small business owners as well not just the banks

        • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

          … *covers ears. It’s not true and I won’t listen to such nonsense.

          • wellWellwell

            hurry…go to your happy place…Naa Naa Nana Nana Naa Naa Naa :>

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Well OK, are there any new coloring books and Play Dough?

          • wellWellwell

            No, I told you, the new thing is the fidget spinner..how many times do we have to go over this. “It’s the new thang” We have to be hip now, not old fuddy duddy’s.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Oh OK I musta been trippin’ .. so that’s the 4 1 1, boyeee~! Rockon sista muthafucka! Hey it’s fun to talk jive!

          • wellWellwell

            Lol, now your talkin~

  • Betty

    This is the best!!!! Bye bye Joe!!!!

  • purehockeyfan

    He’s only 45? Ouch.

    • SassyMcAsspants

      Lmao! I did a double take on that as well.

  • Sandy Wood

    This story has all the pathos of an Italian opera…Carmen ( and Don Jose ) :/

  • Maisey 😎 🇺🇸

    I can just hear Juicy shrugging his shoulder and saying “Hey…whaddya goin’ ta do?”

    • Why is this happening to us?

      Whaddyagonnado? Fuhgeddaboutit! Lol

  • Sandy Wood

    Joe will ask for a quick trip to the chicken coop enroute to the airport, unless Teresa has already been there.

    • RHONJ Fan

      Snicker.

  • italiano bambino

    I have a friend who never hsd an issue with the law until Recently go a DUI hes undoc. He did the AA classes pay he’s ticket but still he got no change. Thr judge agree to do volunteer deportation. Whats my point what joe did was worse n he’s has got no chance in hell.

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      I’m not up on immigration laws, but couldn’t YOU be prosecuted for harboring a criminal or something like that?

  • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

    OK now that I’ve composed myself and can think clearly and have a handle on all this … all Tre has to do is contact the Trump administration. Not only does she know Trump from Celebrity Apprentice, but she is one of his few celebrity supporters! Joe isn’t going anywhere. Whew~ JJ sure dodged a bullet!
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9a1dd91dadd23dfa5743651ac856a91c9447de2b5144db07f1bc7f29f0d3f37c.jpg

    • Tracy Phillips

      He loves to pardon pieces of shit criminals like Sheriff Joe Arpaio, this should be no problem.

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        Oh Tracy, Sheriff Joe is a good man and a Patriot! Girl, you have to stop listening to fake news.

        • Tracy Phillips

          If you think Joe is a good man, you are delusional, and I don’t listen to your bullshit FAKE NEWS – I don’t watch FOX!

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Anger and bitterness will give you wrinkles … j/s

          • Tracy Phillips

            so will your judgmental bullshit. WTF do you care if I get wrinkles anyway? I’ve earned them.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Hmmm mmm … girl you are a pistol. …*in through the nose, out through the mouth.

    • Bwahahaha!!!!

  • the underground train

    He bashed a woman’s head into a mailbox! Wow! Please excuse me while I play the world’s tiniest violin for him.

  • anonymous

    Joe may want to be deported. Can you imagine going home to Teresa and Miliana. I would run for the hills myself, if I had to go home to them.

  • theStevieJBus

    So Convict Tre voted for trump who is ending DACA which Joe would have qualified for. Wonder if she still supports that racist, xenophobic, transphobic sexist POS?

    • italiano bambino

      I’m sure she still does

      • theStevieJBus

        well she is an idiot so you are probably right.

    • TartLemon

      Teresa’s a convicted FELON. She can still vote?

      • theStevieJBus

        Yes, once they are released they are allowed to vote

        • Chloe

          There’s a waiting period after they’re released.

        • Why is this happening to us?

          She is still on parole I think- not sure if you can vote while on parole.

        • EyesWideOpen

          No, they are not. Research before you spread misinformation and claim someone voted and who they voted for. It takes 2 years after all supervised release to be able to vote, so she could not vote. I doubt Teresa has ever voted, or would know how to vote, or has bothered to register to vote since she became of age or even cares about voting. It simply is not even remotely in her sphere of interests.

    • Chloe

      What in the world? DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) has nothing to do with adults much less Joe Giudice.

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      You get a big fat down vote for that little outburst.

    • TartLemon

      Difference is Juicy is a convicted FELON.

    • Karoline

      Can Tre vote if she is a convicted felon? For some reason I thought they couldn’t.

    • JustALisa

      No way did she exercise her right to vote. EVER. LMAO

    • Susie Whats Her Name

      Teresa is not allowed to vote.

      • Karoline

        She has to register two years after her parole or probation has ended. Not sure if enough time passed for her to vote.

    • EyesWideOpen

      Joe’s case has nothing to do with DACA. Joe is not the child of those who brought him here illegally. His parents were lawful permanent residents and Joe was a lawful permanent resident. I don’t know if his parents became citizens or kept permanent residence status, but Joe had since age18 to apply to become a citizen. He didn’t.

      DACA was a TEMPORARY solution (look at the description below), done by executive order when it was the senate’s job. This made it’s future precarious and opened it up to lawsuits. There was nothing secure about it for the Dreamers from the get-go as they had to reapply every two years and anything could have happened to prevent renewal. It is now where it belongs–the senate. They have 6 months to make it legal, a law, or Pres. Trump will revisit it.
      Description of DACA:
      “DACA is the acronym for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a program created in 2012 by the Obama administration allowing young people brought to this country illegally by their parents to get a temporary reprieve from deportation and to receive permission to work, study and obtain driver’s licenses.

      DACA applicants had to be younger than 31 years old when the program began. They also had to prove that they had lived in the United States continuously since June 15, 2007, and that they had arrived in the U.S. before the age of 16.

      Those signing up for DACA must show that they have clean criminal records. They have to be enrolled in high school or college, or serve in the military. Their status is renewable every two years.

  • Tracy Phillips

    extensive “wrap sheet?” It’s “rap sheet,” for crying out loud. You need to hire an editor/proofreader that actually knows the language and grammar.

    • Maisey 😎 🇺🇸

      Lol.
      You’re write!

      (Yes…that is a little joke. 😂)

  • JustSayin

    (Joe smashed a woman’s head into a mailbox in 1992) – huh wait WHAT? How am I just now hearing about this?

    • carrot

      I thought the same thing.

    • just me…

      Would a thought Staub-the -blowjob would have thrown that out.

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      Rumor … purely speculative.

      • Chloe

        It’s a fact. The feds even brought up the mailbox assault conviction during his fraud trial as more evidence to send him to prison.

        • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

          But wasn’t this harpy one of the women who was caught stealing from their short lived pizza parlor? Juicy Joe simply took matters into his own hands to get their money back (the Italian way~)!

          • Chloe

            Lol. In 1992, Joe didn’t own a pizza parlor.

          • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

            Ah well then he certainly could not have clocked her.

  • Nathan Hastings

    So long sucka! Take Tre and those brats too…

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      Oh no Nathan, not you too!

  • wellWellwell

    Joe gets a trip to Italy and I get a trip to the kitchen to cook dinner, then on to do laundry..what the hell am I doing wrong..sigh!

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      I guess I better get to work too … I have the lower patio to stage, and some mudroom floor tile to lay … starting my day at 4:30pm (ugh~!) … why did this site have to post such a juicy thread!

  • chacha1

    Maybe Danielle Mullins can become his prison pen pal lover and he can take her criminal ass to Italy with him ….. bon voyage !!!

  • Gingertee

    Joe, make room for Chris Laurita, he might be joining you

    • Maisey 😎 🇺🇸

      Lol

      • Hamimono

        I want Jac to be in a cell with Big Abby Lee, who will force her to do strenuous dance routines naked in the showers . . . 🙁

  • NoFixinStupid

    Federal immigration law “dictates” is a far cry from his boarding an Air Italia flight out of here……c’mon.
    Didn’t read word one of a confirmed deportation order once he is sprung…

    • shayvoe

      When he is released, he will go straight into an ICE detention facility…he will not come home. He will be there until his hearing comes up. Joe will be deported, based on his criminal record.

      Mandatory Detention for Certain Crimes

      For certain crimes, detention in a federal institution is mandatory. You will not be released before the completion of removal proceedings or the carrying out of a deportation order if your record shows:
      a prior removal order
      two crimes involving moral turpitude
      two or more offenses for which the confinement was 5 years or more
      trafficking in a controlled substance
      aggravated felony charges
      drug offenses, with the exception of a single offense of possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana
      firearms offenses
      crimes involving moral turpitude resulting in a sentence of 1 year or more
      terrorist activity/national security offenses
      So, if you are detained for any of the above, you can expect to remain detained until your immigration court hearing. Otherwise, as long as the immigration judge does not determine that you are not likely to show up for your hearings (are a “flight risk”) or that you are a threat to the community, you will be offered the opportunity to post a bond.

      • NoFixinStupid

        Thanks for the info Shayvoe.

        • shayvoe

          YW!

      • Bad Barbie

        He will be picked up on release. Believe that. they don’t even hold you anymore. They send you that same day or week out. Italy does have a law that doesn’t take their own criminal citizens back though. Good luck to him. they Joe with no land.

    • Bad Barbie

      Trust ICE will be waiting in the release room.

  • Sugar in my tank

    Hold on…Why wasn’t this criminal deported after the first, second third, fourth no wait fifth crime? Oh wait, I know…he’s not from Mexico.

    • shayvoe

      I don’t think the criminal system in NJ ever bothered to check whether he was a citizen. That was never disclosed until the feds got him.

      • Sugar in my tank

        Maybe I should move there and take up a criminal enterprise like the Giudice’s, Gorga’s,Manzo’s, Sopranos sh*t and any other name ending in a vowel..it’s working for them..

        • shayvoe

          HA!!

    • Bad Barbie

      because you have to commit a crime that classifies for grounds deportation. Not every “crime” is. He had traffic crimes and those are mostly state laws besides the identity falsification. But by then , he had the feds case.

      • Sugar in my tank

        Oh I thought I read that he beat up and woman in 1992. In any event, they are deporting folks for the crime of fleeing to America for a better way of life but maybe they need Teresa’s lawyers..

  • chacha1

    Bon Voyage scamming Fat Bastard …wish you would take your CVNT WIFE with you …(your words not mine)

    • Bad Barbie

      She doesn’t have to go anywhere. She was born here but I doubt she will go unless they offer her celeb status there. The way this country is going… I would bounce if they gave me a show but her italian is with an american accent lol

  • Bad Barbie

    If his crime class is grounds for deportation. #BYEBITCH! There is no fighting that. He is not here “illegally” though. he has a greencard. his mistake was to never become a naturalized citizen.

    • shayvoe

      His mistake was committing crimes in this country, which landed him in jail. Had he been a law abiding green card holder, he would not be facing deportation, even without ever becoming a citizen. His crimes fit two of the categories for deportation with his fraud convictions being considered crimes of moral turpitude. He is a goner.

      Two crimes involving moral turpitude.
      Crimes involving moral turpitude resulting in a sentence of 1 year or more

  • Orlando Chan

    Karma is such a wonderful thing!!!!