Given that Teresa Giudice is headed to prison in a few weeks, we're sure she's feeling a lot of pressure to give her kids everything they want this holiday season.
But apparently that doesn't include attempting to buy her eldest daughter a music career.
It had been previously reported that Teresa shelled out upwards of ten grand a piece for Gia Giudice's music videos.
The most recent clip, entitled "Season of Joy," just hit the Internet yesterday, and it left most viewers wondering where all that money went:
Even fans of Teresa's were upset with the idea of her dropping big bucks on some pretty crappy music videos when she still owes six figures in restitution and she's supposedly burdened by millions in debt.
Fortunately, Gia's production company (Yes, that video was actually produced by professionals.) has come forward to clear Teresa's name.
Owners of the obnoxiously-named Xhist Entertainment say that Teresa didn't pony up any of the dough for Gia and friends' videos.
Instead, the cost was covered by Xhist and a a group of private investors. We're hoping the FBI keeps close take on anyone too eager to invest in a 13-year-old girl's racy music videos. Just sayin'.
Watch The Real Housewives of New Jersey online to see Teresa attempt to buy her children's love.