Monday, March 18, 2019

Joe Gorga Reveals How His Sister Teresa Giudice Is Handling Her Husband Joe Giudice’s Deportation Legal Drama!

Teresa Giudice's brother Joe Gorga reveals how the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is handling her husband Joe Giudice's possible deportation to Italy. “It’s very, very hard. You see, she puts up a good, strong front — she has to,” he told Us Weekly.

“She has to raise her children by herself, so she has to be strong. She can’t be weak. You know, you see this tough girl [on TV] all the time, but she’s weak.”

Gorga reveals that the mother-of-four has been trying to keep her mind off the ongoing legal drama surrounding her husband.

“She’s got to keep herself busy,” he said. “She’s constantly going out because when she’s home, she has no one to hold. No one’s around. [Her] kids, they’re in their activities and they want to be with their friends. You know, she’s a mess.”

Joe also revealed that his four nieces hope to visit their father in his native country if he is deported. “That will be their vacation. I’m sure of that,” he said.

As for Teresa? “I want her to be with her family. That’s what I really want,” Gorga told the publication.

Last week, the father-of-four was released from Allenwood Low Federal Correctional Institution in Allenwood, Pennsylvania. He was transferred directly to an immigration detention center, reported PEOPLE.

“Mr. Giudice has finished serving his federal prison sentence and was transferred early this morning from the Bureau of Prisons to a facility in western Pennsylvania which houses immigration detainees,” his attorney James Leonard Jr. told PEOPLE. “His lawyers and his family are hopeful that justice will prevail and Mr. Guidice will return home to his wife and four daughters who love him and miss him.”

According to the publication, Giudice will remain at the immigration center indefinitely as he awaits his deportation ruling. Joe began his 41-month prison sentence for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud in March 2016.

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 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.”

Giudice's lawyer filed an appeal the following month, which is currently pending.

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