August 05, 2013 12:36 PM by Lisa Princ
Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe were recently charged with fraud and tax evasion, which could land the couple behind bars. However, despite the situation, Teresa does not seem to be the least bit bothered by any of it, claiming they are innocent. However, rumor has it that the Real Housewives star is simply in denial!
Teresa Giudice has got to understand how serious her situation is right now. I mean, how can she not with 39 charges against her and her husband, Joe? Last week, Teresa’s attorney said she was remaining calm about the situation, but perhaps there is another reason? One insider told the New York Daily News recently that Teresa’s calm appearance is nothing more than denial. “Teresa thinks people are coming after her because she is famous. She honestly thinks she has done nothing wrong,” the source said. Wow, she’s in for a rude awakening, huh?
Meanwhile, her husband Joe Giudice seems to be angry about the situation. According to the paper, Joe and his parents engaged in childish behavior before and after he and Teresa’s visit to the courthouse in New Jersey. Sources say that Joe slapped a news camera out of the way, while his parents swore at the reporters. But the most immature act was when Joe’s father, Frank, decided to moon the cameras. Wow, and we wonder how their son ended up like he did?
Do you believe the Giudices’ claims of innocence? Is Teresa in denial? Did the couple commit fraud? Is it time to grow up and face the consequences for Teresa and Joe? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below!
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