The ongoing saga of Teresa Giudice's legal troubles just keeps getting weirder and weirder.
Here's a quick run-down to bring you up to speed:
Earlier this month, Teresa was sentenced to 15 months in prison. She tried to get out of it (even though she'd signed a plea deal); she gave some lucrative pre-prison interviews, and then she hired an ex-con "crisis manager."
Within days, the crisis manager - Wendy Feldman - had scored Teresa a tell-all book deal and helped her land a cushy prison assignment.
It looked like there was finally a silver lining in the dark cloud that is Teresa's life. So naturally, she had to go and paint it black:
Feldman canned Teresa as a client this week after the reality star "repeatedly" ignored her advice and went behind her back to contact lawyers, judges, and the Bureau of Prisons.
It seems Teresa badly wants to be assigned to Danbury Correctional Facility, the site that served as the inspiration for the Netflix series Orange is the New Black.
Teresa went behind Feldman's back to request that the BOP send her to Danbury. She claims it's so that she can be closer to her husband and kids, but c'mon...she probably just wants to meet Crazy Eyes.
Mind you, Teresa was already assigned to a facility affectionately referred to as "Camp Cupcake" due to its lax rules and friendly staff.
Feldman had reportedly worked hard to get Teresa such a coveted assignment and was understandably pissed when Teresa threw it all away in hopes of gettin' it on with Donna from That 70s Show.
Feldman now says that she'll never work with the Giudice family again.
Watch The Real Housewives of New Jersey online to see more questionable decision making from Teresa.