Teresa Giudice Wants Gia Giudice To Move Out While She’s in Prison: Keep Drunk Joe Giudice Away From Daughter?

Teresa Giudice Wants Gia Giudice To Move Out While She's in Prison: Keep Drunk Joe Giudice Away From Daughter?

Teresa and Joe Giudice’s young daughter, Gia, 13, has been dreaming of her new all-girl group 3KT aspiring to the level of fame experienced by one of the most inspiring trios, Destiny’s Child. Now, as her mom is about to head to prison to serve her sentence on fraud charges, Radar Online has reported that Gia has decided she wants to live with one of her bandmates.

Gia knows that if she lives with either of her bandmates, they’ll be able to focus more on their music. Knowing that Kelly Rowland lived with Beyonce’s family in the early stages of their career has her even more excited about the idea. Gia is telling her mom and dad that she wants to stay with either bandmate Cristianna Cardinale, 14, or Alexa Maetta, 16, as they are like sisters to her and she is close with both of their families. She insisted that she can’t possibly live with no adult female in the house, explaining that when sensitive “girl” issues come up, she’ll want and need the advice of an older “sister” or woman.

She is pitching the idea to her parents, explaining that she would only live with her friends part-time, still visiting at home. Gia, more or less, wants more freedom that she knows she won’t have with Joe in charge, and wants to be with her bandmates so they can constantly be working on their music. She wants 3KT to follow in the footsteps of Destiny’s Child in all possible ways. For now, Joe is against the idea—knowing Gia wants more freedom to hang out with her older friends from the band. Teresa, however, is more open to the idea because she’d feel safer having Gia with the family of one of her longtime friends than with her hubby Joe.

She knows Joe drinks constantly and he’ll likely be partying. She is scared to death when she thinks about him being in charge of the girls while she’s in prison. They are still at a crossroads for now, with no final decision, but they may need to hurry up if they want Teresa’s opinion as her freedom is slowly ticking away.

What do you think, CDLers? Is Gia better off with her friends? Will her parents allow her to stay with friends? Tell us your thoughts below.

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