Thursday, October 2, 2014

**Update** Theresa and "Juicy" Joe Giudice Sentencing -- Joe Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" Star's Theresa and Joe Giudice to be Sentenced Today

A little background.....

Theresa and Joe Giudice are the New Jersey couple famous for their recurring appearance on Bravo's "Real Housewives of New Jersey." Theresa was the one who flipped a table in season one of the series. She is also the person that said that is was necessary for her and her husband to build a home from the ground up, because living in a "used home" (home that was occupied by a family prior to them) was gross and disgusting. Yep! You read right. Theresa and "Juicy" Joe made too many ignorant statements for me to possibly list here. However, if you are unfamiliar with these folks I want you to understand they are not the good clean nosed Christians that they would like us all the believe that they are. 

Last year both Theresa and Joe were charged with 41 counts of bank, bankruptcy, wire and mail fraud, and Joe Giudice also faced five counts of failing to pay taxes. They plead guilty to a handful of the charges and were awaiting sentencing, which is happening right now. They both could receive a lengthy prison sentence and possible deportation for Joe, since he is a "foreigner" committing crimes on our good american soil :)

Stay tuned for the announcement of the couples sentence today...


Joe Giudice Sentenced to 41 Months for Bankruptcy and Mail Fraud, Theresa Still Awaiting Her Sentence

From Yahoo!:

The Real Housewives of New Jersey couple appeared in federal court in Newark on Thursday to be sentenced for bankruptcy, mail, and wire fraud. U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salasgave ordered Joe to serve 41 months in prison and Teresa is still awaiting her sentence. Joe was fined $10,000 and they both must pay back $414,000 in loans that they illegally obtained.

The sentences could have been worse considering that she faced 27 months in prison and he faced 46. What is still to be determined, once Joe completes his sentence, is whether he will be deported back to Italy.
The pair had initially been charged with 41 counts of bank, bankruptcy, wire, and mail fraud — with Joe facing additional charges related to unpaid taxes — but they made a deal in March. Teresa pleaded guilty to three counts of bankruptcy and one count of mail and wire fraud while Joe pleaded guilty to five counts, including a failure to file income taxes.

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