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Margaret Josephs Says RHONJ Production Had “No Idea” That Teresa Giudice Encouraged Danielle Staub To Pull Her Hair!

Margaret Josephs recently spilled the tea about the drama that went down this season on The Real Housewives of New Jersey. The Marge specifically shared her thoughts on Teresa Giudice's involvement in Danielle Staub's hair-pulling incident.

“I had no idea. None of us had any idea - not even production. It was not a setup. It was a very authentic moment when Danielle revealed that the only people who knew about it at that moment were Danielle, Steven Dann, and Teresa,” she said during a recent interview with Grants Rants Hollywood Talk podcast.

“Production hadn’t even looked at the tapes at that point so Melissa was in shock - it was very crazy. So when Melissa came back and told us, you saw all our mouths.”

Josephs reveals that production was shocked by Giudice's involvement after discovering Teresa’s soundbite. “This was the whole thing - they [Danielle and Teresa] were whispering. Production was filming us. The audio person knew they were saying something, she wasn’t hyper focusing. Their intimate moment there, you saw, they had what Teresa was saying, obviously turned it louder so the viewers could see it,” she shared.

“But - they also subtitled it. They weren’t sure what was happening at the time. - - You know, they don’t review the footage right when it happens. It’s when they go to edit the episodes. They weren’t even up to it. We were still in filming season.”

Josephs' mother Marge Sr. claimed that Danielle encouraged Teresa to drink a lot. “Danielle is crazy. Danielle actually - Teresa I really like. But, what happens is, Danielle made sure she was drunk all the time whenever they were together. She kept giving her alcohol and unfortunately Teresa doesn’t think very clearly when she’s drunk.”

You can listen to the full interview via Grants Rants Hollywood Talk podcast is available to listeners across all leading distribution platforms, including iTunes and Speaker.

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