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Teresa Giudice to Cash in on Prison Term with Memoir
Don't cry for Teresa Giudice, people.
Yes, The Real Housewives of New Jersey star is behind bars in Connecticut at the moment.
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Teresa Giudice has been locked up for six months now, and fans are still dying to know how the troubled Housewife is faring behind bars.
Sure, Teresa has tweeted from behind and thanked fans for their support.
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She still has another six months left on her sentence, but Teresa Giudice is already planning her return to public life.
Yesterday the troubled Housewife tweeted from prison for a second time, thanking the fans who have stood by her throughout her fraud conviction and subsequent prison sentence.
Teresa Giudice Tweets From Prison, Thanks Fans For Support
For someone who's been locked up for the past six months, Teresa Giudice has a remarkable knack for staying in the headlines.
Earlier this month, Teresa tweeted from prison, and thoroughly confused her many followers in the process.
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Teresa Giudice is only about halfway through her 15-month prison sentence. (She began serving in January but will likely qualify for early release.) However, she's already receiving good news about her post-big house financial situation.
Yesterday, we learned that Teresa's assets are being seized, including her Maserati, some expensive furniture, and a chunk of her future earnings.
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Teresa Giudice may be paying her debt to society by serving out her 15-month prison sentence, but she still has to worry about settling up with the federal government in a much more literal way.
Radar Online is reporting that the Giudices still owe about $400,000 in restitution, and since Teresa and Joe have no income (She's locked up; he's cripplingly lazy.), the feds are laying claim to some of the family's most prized possessions.