Teresa Giudice Admits Husband Joe Cheats On Her While She Is In Prison; Refuses To Get Divorce

By DV Pre | 2 years ago

Teresa Giudice is not getting a divorce with husband Joe. In spite of several infidelity rumors, the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” reality star said that she is never going to leave her man.

In an interview with NY Daily News, Teresa reveals that she knows that Joe is being unfaithful to her. She, however, described herself as an “old-school Italian girl” who will do everything she can to save her marriage. She added that she did not care what her husband does while she is jail as long as he takes care of their family.

Teresa is currently serving a 15-month sentence at the Federal Correctional Facility in Danbury, Connecticut. Although it was hard adjusting to her life in prison, she said that she has slowly gotten used to the routine, reported Inquistr. In 2014, the couple pleaded guilty to charges of bank and wire fraud. After Teresa finished serving her sentence, her husband will be sent to prison for four years on similar charges.

Meanwhile, according to Latin Post, Joe tried to convince her wife Teresa that he is staying faithful to her. He said that she should not believe the rumors that her friends have been feeding her.

It was said that her co-stars told her that Joe was blatantly seeing other women while she was in jail. During their daughter Gia’s middle school graduation, Joe allegedly opted to go out with a younger woman rather than spending time at home to celebrate.

“Teresa will always stand by Joe publicly, even to her friends. It’s just a very sad situation because it’s obvious to so many in their circle of friends that Joe is playing her,” the source said.

There you have it on the latest news about Teresa and Joe Giudice. Do you think Joe is really cheating on his wife? Sound off in the comments below.

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