A great wingman! Teresa and her husband, Joe Giudice‘s relationship status is a bit complicated right now … but don’t worry, the 46-year-old won’t have trouble finding a man if the two decide to go their separate ways. Teresa’s brother, Joe Gorga, is ready to play matchmaker. When Us Weekly asked the 39-year-old if he would be in assistance to his big sis he said “you gotta help her out. She’ll be 47 in May. That’s pretty sad. It sucks!”
The Giudice family is currently waiting to hear the verdict in Joe’s deportation case. On Thursday, March 14, the 46-year-old was released from prison after completing his 41-month prison sentence for fraud, but unfortunately was immediately transferred into the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In October 2018, an immigration judge ordered Joe to be deported to his native Italy. “Based upon the law, I find you deportable and ineligible for any kind of relief,” Judge John Ellington revealed during a hearing at Pennsylvania’s York Immigration Court. “Mr. Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best. I decided this case as a matter of law.” Joe filed an appeal in November 2018, but it could take up to a year to get the final decision.
“She’s waiting for her husband and we’ll see what happens,” the Gorga Guide to Success author told Us Weekly. “And if that doesn’t happen, I’m sure she’ll be on the market.” Hey, at least the RHONJ star is giving her a man a chance.
The Bravo personality admitted to Andy Cohen during the taping of the Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 9 reunion that she would most definitely not move to Italy with her four daughters if Joe was deported. “You do the long-distance thing, it’s not going to work. I’d be like, ‘Bye bye,'” the fitness guru expressed on part three of the show’s reunion, which premiered on Wednesday, March 6. Honestly, Teresa has a pretty good reason she doesn’t want to move her family across the world. Gia, 17, is going to college next year, and wants to stay close to her fam, considering she already chose Rutgers in New Jersey. As for the younger Giudices, well … they don’t want to go anywhere either. “Gabriella already voiced her opinion to me. She was like, ‘That would be so hard for me, Mommy.’ She doesn’t speak the language. She’s like, ‘That would kill me even more,’” the mom confessed to the 50-year-old host.
Gabrielle, Gia, Miliana and Audriana’s lives are far from normal. From being featured on RHONJ and having to grow up on their own while dealing with their parents’ time away, they have clearly been through a lot, but they are staying strong. When news broke of their father’s ordered deportation, Gia took to her Instagram to show her love proving to the world that she will stick by her father’s side, regardless of his mistakes. “I know who my father is and I think many of you do too. My father did his time and learned from his mistakes. Isn’t being in there supposed to make you realize your mistakes so you can become a better person,” she wrote in her IG caption.
According to Teresa’s baby bro, her decision still stands. “If he’s deported, she’s not going to go to Italy. She’s not going to move her children,” Joe told Us Weekly. “It’s just that there’s nothing to do in Italy. There’s no jobs. The best you can do is work in a restaurant or work in a gas station. It’s very difficult in Italy, or work at tourist spots. So I believe she’s making the right decision for her and for her girls.”
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