Teresa Giudice Apologizes and Admits She Was Selfish

Teresa Giudice Apologizes and Admits She Was Selfish

The current issue of In Touch features the cover story ‘Teresa Finally Surrenders – I’m sorry I was Selfish.’  The magazine has an exclusive story on Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice who is tired of being public enemy number one on RHONJ.  According to the magazine Teresa is lonely and is waving the white flag and says “Things have gotten out of hand.  I wish I could take it all back and start over.’  They also have an exclusive copy of her apology letter to Jacqueline Laurita.

InTouch has the scoop: As she watched the April 22 premiere of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice longed to turn back the hands of time. Here were the women she was once closest to — now all discussing how much they can’t stand her. “Things have gotten out of hand,” Teresa admits to In Touch. “I want to accept responsibility for the things I did wrong. I’m truly sorry.”

In her open letter to Jacqueline, Teresa writes, “Dear Jacqueline, I wish we could have resolved things sooner because I’m sincerely sorry for upsetting you — and I’m sorry I didn’t respond to your apology on Twitter. I feel like things have gotten out of hand, which is sad. I miss our friendship. I miss being like Lucy and Ethel with you. And so I hope we can work through these problems one day, when you are ready. Teresa xoxo”

Teresa is wondering if her fellow castmates and Jacqueline can forgive her.  It is sometimes difficult to take back the things you have said, we hope it works out for Teresa.  Teresa can currently be seen on the Celebrity Apprentice and she recently said she would love to do Dancing With The Stars.

Also included in this week’s issue the magazine claims in the Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries divorce war there is more drama.  Apparently Kris’ parents want to sue her too.  I guess they feel like they were taken advantage of too.

To read all of Teresa’s open letters to her former friends and a lot more, pick up this week’s issue of In Touch.



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