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Jackie Goldschneider Sets The Record Straight On Comment She Made About Teresa Giudice’s Daughter Gia Giudice; Says “For The Record I Never Heard That Gia Does Any Kind Of Drugs”

Jackie Goldschneider is clarifying the drug analogy she made about Gia Giudice during her explosive sitdown with Teresa Giudice on the season 11 premiere episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
“For the record I never heard that Gia does any kind of drugs,” Goldschneider said on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, according to Page Six. “She’s a great girl, so it was just an analogy and I never wanted to hurt anybody.”

Jackie reiterated that she never wanted to offend the 20-year-old with her “coke” analogy.

“My intention was never to hurt Gia,” Goldschneider shared, before making a shady comment about Teresa’s lack of understanding. “The fact that the analogy went over Teresa’s head and that Gia felt hurt by it, I never wanted that. I never intended that.”

If you recall, Teresa claimed she heard Evan Goldschneider is being unfaithful to his wife. Jackie subsequently compared the rumors to telling people Gia does “coke in the bathroom” at parties. 

Following the episode, Gia addressed the topic on Twitter. She wrote, “Saying it was an analogy is making it excusable, it’s not. My character is now being questioned. My name was used to make a point. No one should be used in that way, I am suffering the consequences for such an outlandish and untrue statement. While her marriage is happy & in tact.”

Dina Manzo sent her support to the Giudices and demanded Goldschneider to make a public apology to Gia. “I did NOT watch, but I totally agree,” Manzo wrote. “A Grown woman should not use that analogy about a minor EVER, especially about our beautiful @_giaguidice. Jackie needs to make a public apology immediately.”

Jackie, for her part, insists that she was “wasn’t starting a rumor about Gia.”

She previously told Us Weekly, “I was giving an analogy. I think that almost everyone will say that that’s an analogy and the truth is that there’s no one else in Teresa’s life that I can make her understand. When you say something about someone you love, whether or not it’s true, it hurts, you know? So, I don’t regret that because if I was saying something nasty about Gia, then I would regret it. But I was giving an analogy, which it was pretty clear to almost everyone.”


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