Teresa Giudice says her child has been devastated by his father Joe, waiting for expulsion. The Workspace Star, 46, told…
Teresa Giudice says her child has been devastated by his father Joe, waiting for expulsion.
The Workspace Star, 46, told Entertainment Tonight about her daughters – Gia, 17, Gabriella, 14 and Milania, 12, – and their heartbreaking response to news, their father would be deported to his born Italy after that he had completed his prison.
“My brother called Gia because he heard it on the news and that was how my eldest found out. I was upset and told her and Milana together, Gabrielle broke up,” she recalled. “Milania was hysterical. Like she was a mess.”
Teresa added: “My second daughter, she’s like me, she’s very positive. She’s like,” We’re going to fight this, Ma? ” I said, “Yes, we’ll fight this.” She was like, “OK!” And so she was.. It has been a lot for kids to take all this in. It’s sad for the kids because they are innocent in all this and they are thinking carefully, “why does this happen?” “
But Teresa has not told her youngest, Audriana, 9.” [She’s] The only thing I did not tell. Joe has been gone [since] she’s six. And that’s sad, she needs her dad at home, “she said.
On October 1
0, an immigration court ruled that Joe, who emigrated to America as a child but never received citizenship, will be expelled to his homeland in Italy at his release from prison.
“I was ruined. We live in a country of freedom and keep families together, do not break them apart,” said Teresa.
“I know that all this kills him inside”, the actual housewives in New Jersey of how Joe handles his upcoming expulsion. “The judge went under the law and now we have the right to appeal, and that’s what we’re going to do.”
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Joe is currently serving a 41-month prison sentence for postal, wire and bankruptcy fraud that began in March 2016. He will be released in 2019. His wife served a little over 11 months in jail for the same crime and released on December 23, 2015 .
Under US law, immigrants may be deported from the United States if they are convicted of “a moral crime” or an “aggravated crime”. Joe has 30 days to appeal the court decision.
Giudice said she believes that she “is in the public eye” has adversely affected her husband’s case. “I do not think my family would go through this unless I was in the spotlight,” she said, adding that she would continue RHONJ because “the show is my job” as it puts “Food on the table for them.”
Meanwhile, Giudice is “110 percent focused on her daughters” and works to be a strong support system for them.
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“We will be a family and we will fight for this and get through this. We do not even think about [whether we’d move to Italy] right now, “she told ET . “We will take it daily, we’ll take it one step at a time. First, we’ll process the paperwork to appeal and we’ll review it.”
Bravo star added: “I can not predict the future … I’ll be positive about it. Joe starts talking about [the deportation] and I do not want to talk about it yet. I’m like, “We’re not talking about it yet.” I closed him. I do not want to talk about it , and what comes first is our daughters, and we will fight this. “
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