Thursday, October 11, 2018

Joe Giudice Plans To Appeal Deportation Ruling And The News Of Being Deported After Prison Release Is ‘Breaking His Heart,’ Source Says!

Teresa Giudice’s husband, Joe Giudice, plans to appeal a judge’s decision to deport him to Italy, according to Us Weekly. “Joe isn’t going to go down without a fight and is going to appeal the decision,” said the insider. “This isn’t over, not by a long shot.”

Meanwhile, another source reveals that Joe is struggling to come to terms with the court’s ruling to deport him to his native Italy after his prison sentence.

“Joe has changed a lot since he’s been in prison,” a source told PEOPLE. “He’s a lot calmer, and I think the experience has really showed him how important his family is. This is breaking his heart.”

According to another source, Teresa never anticipated the ruling about Joe's deportation.

“This is going to break her,” said the source. “She always knew that this was a possibility, but she put it out of her head. That’s the only way she could go on living day-to-day.”

Sources have revealed that conversations about Teresa and the kids possibly moving to Italy haven’t happened yet, with one insider explaining that Teresa will wait until after Joe decides whether or not to appeal before making any plans, reports the publication.

“It’s ridiculous to think that Teresa would even be making a decision about this right now,” the source told PEOPLE. “No one has any answers as to whether or not he’ll appeal, and how long that will take. She’s not thinking that far in advance.”

As for Joe's relationship with his four daughters, the source says Joe “loves those girls so much.”

“They got especially close when Teresa was away,” the source says. “He didn’t deserve a punishment like this. He’s been here his entire life! He speaks Italian, slightly, but it’s not like he has a whole circle of people over there that he’s bonded with. How is he going to do it?”

As previously reported, Joe was ordered on Wednesday, October 10, to be deported from the United States to his native country Italy, according to Radar Online. “Based upon the law, I find you deportable and ineligible for any kind of relief,” Judge John Ellington said during a hearing, the website reported. “Mr. Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best. I decided this case as a matter of law.”

Joe, who can file an appeal by November 9 appeared at the hearing via teleconference from his Allenwood, Penn. prison reacted to the judge's ruling. “I don’t understand how I can be deported on this case. If you will, I’ll tell you my side. I shouldn’t even be here right now. I have to go back and tell my kids this, and they’ve been waiting to hear from me.”

As you may recall, Joe is currently serving out a 41-month prison sentence for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud that began in March 2016. He is set to be released in 2019.

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