"To have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until deportation do us part," apparently read Teresa and Joe Giudice's vows on their wedding day.
The former Real Housewives of New Jersey star tirelessly fought to avoid being deported back to his native Italy after spending more than three years in prison for tax fraud.
But as of Thursday, Joe has been informed that his deportation appeal has been denied.
And his family is blaming his wife for the court's decision claiming Teresa refused to go to court and beg for mercy during his hearings, Radar Online learned.
The reality star never appeared in court as the government held multiple hearings regarding Joe's deportation process and now that he lost his appeal to stay in America his family is holding her responsible.
"Joe's family feels like Teresa should have taken the girls and cried in front of the judge," the insider told Radar.
"They think that she could have had some influence over the decision.
"How could a judge rule against all of the girls and the mom, a real American family?" asked the source.
The Real American Family of New Jersey, perhaps?
The insider told Radar that Teresa's recent actions have completely horrified Joe's family.
"They couldn't believe that she could go on vacation all over the place, and with that young guy, but not go and support Joe. It broke their hearts."
News broke back in February that Teresa was hooking up with young boy toy Blake Schreck in Miami.
Multiple shocking photos surfaced of the two holding hands and him sneaking out of her rented condo -- Teresa has yet to confirm or even confront the situation.
"It is like it never happened," another insider said about Teresa's demand that her castmates not bring up Blake, who is 20 years younger than the 46-year-old Bravo star.
But now that Joe is most likely going to be out of the picture since Teresa has already explained that she will not be doing long distance because she "wants somebody with [her] every day" -- maybe we will be seeing more of Blake, a New Jersey native, in the future?
A fellow Clinton County Correctional Facility inmate's mother told Radar that Joe was "crying" and "had his head in his hands" following the April 11 ruling.
"He said Joey -- they call him Joey -- is miserable," the woman explained in an interview.
"He apparently broke down last week at the lunch table. He was just staring ahead, not touching his food."
However, the father of four's attorney told Radar that the legal team has filed a petition for the federal court to review the appeals decisions.
This is the last chance Joe has at avoiding his exile to Italy and it's not looking promising -- but he and his legal team are fighting till the end.
With or without his wife's loving support.