Teresa Giudice recently avoided giving simple answers to questions regarding her prison sentence.
Teresa Giudice is guilty of fraud. And the fraud is on many levels, which means she could be jailed for quite some time. When interviewed recently, Teresa Giudice dodged the pertinent questions by giving evasive answers when it came to her crime.
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And The Real Housewives Of New Jersey star basically discussed her family to which she was currently giving all her time. She did admit however that next month or so she and her husband Joe had a session to attend to in court. It looks like their troubles are not over.
She is a permanent fixture on the reality TV show The Real Housewives of New Jersey. It is just like the ten thousand other spinoffs of Bored Housewives such as The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Teresa spoke of how her family was everything to her. She said that her husband had lost his father and was in a distraught state.
Teresa said: "Right now what I'm focusing on is my family and my husband - he not only lost his father but also his best friend."
Teresa confessed that her court hearing had been delayed due to her husband’s father’s death. It was such a tragedy. Teresa was quite a dodger when it came to questions of her sentencing.
She somehow refused to answer in a straightforward and simple manner evading the questioner every time a question came forth from his mouth.
But she did say this much that prison time was tough and that she did not know how she was going to face it in the first place.
"No one can ever prepare themselves to go to prison," she said. "More importantly, how could I ever prepare myself to be away from my kids? It’s too terrifying for me to even think about."
She also was not sure she could survive without the presence of her kids in her life. They meant so much to her. She will be facing half the time her husband Joe will be facing in prison.
Sometimes she has to pinch herself to know if she is not having a nightmare. The very surrealism of the situation leads her to have a bad case of nausea.
"I’ve had many sleepless nights worrying about being separated from my family," Teresa said. "My family is my everything."
What is the future of their four children? And will they, as a family, survive even after prison with their reputation in tatters? It is a valid question!