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Andy Cohen Claims Joe Giudice Asked About Potential IRS Investigations Before Teresa Giudice Joined RHONJ!

According to Andy Cohen, Joe Giudice asked about a potential IRS investigation before his wife, Teresa Giudice, joined The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

“When Bravo was developing Jersey Housewives, I think he said, ‘Has the IRS ever come looking for anyone for doing any of these shows?’” Cohen explained on SiriusXM’s Radio Andy on Monday, October 28, according to Us Weekly. “So he knew that he had something in his past. Even then.”

Joe and Teresa sat down with Cohen for a tell-all interview on Sunday, October 27. During the special, the father-of-four admitted that he regrets joining the cast of the Bravo hit reality series.

“I wish I never would have done it,” he told Cohen. “I had a great life before. The show just brought a lot of attention to us. Just having a house like that alone just brings a lot of attention. I’ve never had so many damn lawsuits in my life ’til I got on that show.”

Teresa for her part told Cohen that she has no regrets about joining RHONJ. “Teresa always wanted to be on television,” Joe said. “She always wanted to be a movie star since she was a little girl. She got her wish, which is good.”

While Joe was in custody, a judge ordered him, who moved to the United States when he was an infant, to be deported to his native Italy. Joe was subsequently released into ICE custody in March. After six months, he was granted permission to travel to Italy while his deportation appeal is decided, reports Us Weekly.

“My mistake was I never became a citizen. That was stupid of me,” Joe admitted on Sunday. “But when you’re raised here as a kid, you do everything here, not [a] big deal. You’re not a criminal. Busted my ass my whole life. Believe me, I was a hard worker and wasn’t one of these guys who sat around doing nothing all day. That wasn’t me.”

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