As previously reported, Teresa Giudice really might go to jail for purposely misleading the court in her recent bankruptcy filing.
Now, new details have emerged regarding just how this Real, Moronic Housewife and her husband hid assets from the government.
In court documents filed last week, attorney Roberta A. DeAngelis claims that the Giudices hid $250,000 in assets when they filed for Chapter 7 in October.
Most of this amount allegedly stems from the advance Teresa received for her cookbook, Skinny Italian; while the couple also failed to claim ownership of an online boutique called TG Fabulicious, in addition to Joe's 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.For those interested in the legal language, the objection reads:
"To date, the Defendants have not filed amended schedules that disclose the existence of the book 'Skinny Italian,' the publishing deal with Hyperion, Defendant wife's ownership of TG Fabulicious, LLC, or Defendant husband's ownership of 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC."
The reality star has acknowledged receiving the book advance, but her legal team never updated its court records, a necessity when an individual files for bankruptcy.
Laughing off this accusation, and referring to yourself as an established star, won't get you off the hook time time, Teresa.