Teresa Giudice’s sentence of 15 months in prison has definitely been blasted all across media channels, and we’re just so curious how she’ll weather her time behind bars! Wardens, cell blocks, midnight crying, prison food, Amanda Bynes, eccentric inmates and a missing Achilles heel. Prison is terrifying. The thought of it makes me pee on my eyes. I already have an innate fear of policemen (I smile and cry when they drive past), therefore prison would turn me into a blubbering maniac with a bladder problem. I am the poster child for “Law Abiding Citizen.” But this article isn’t about me; it’s about Teresa Giudice.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star is taking reality television to a new level. The reality: Prison. The television: Five feet away from Murder M’am. Surely a celebrity will receive celebrity treatment? Perhaps. The inmates might treat her as their own, because she’s famous and all, plus who wouldn’t want to share a cell block with The Orange Housewife? Giudice will adapt and quite possibly survive. Her lips will melt and her eyes will grow further apart, but she’ll still be the same person.
Botox is a bitch.
Teresa was sentenced to 15 months in a federal prison, while Joe Giudice received a 41-month sentence followed by potential deportation to Italy. The husband and wife are allowed to serve separate sentences due to parental duties – one parent has to stay with the children. Teresa is first on the chopping block; she will self-surrender on the 5th of January 2015.
Amidst the chaos and the lawyers and the tears, Teresa still managed to infuriate the entire cast and crew of Real Housewives. According to one of our exclusive sources, “Teresa isn’t taking this well. She’s crying and cursing all the time. We know prison is a tough prospect, but she doesn’t have to be such a bitch about everything. Producers are fed up with her. Her career is over.”
One of Celeb Dirty Laundry’s gossip elves spotted Teresa having dinner with one of her agents at a popular restaurant in the area. An onlooker told CDL, “Teresa couldn’t stop crying – the paparazzi turned her into a public spectacle. It was extremely difficult to watch. My heart goes out to her.”
Bob “The Female Builder” agrees.
What do you think? Should we feel sorry for her? Or is it a case of “did the crime, so do the time”? Let us know your valuable thoughts in the comments below.
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