di nuovo dentro 2015, Le vere casalinghe del New Jersey stella, 50, completed 11 months of a 15-month fraud sentence. Her now ex-husband Joe Giudice served his own a 41-month sentence in 2016 dopo pleading guilty to mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud charges. He was later held by U.S. Immigrazione e forze dell'ordine (GHIACCIO) ed eventualmente deported to his native Italy.
Now Teresa is telling Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, a “stand strong for their family and manifest while being in prison what they want when they come out and just to be strong for their children.”
“It’s going to be very hard but they have to make the best of it,” she said in an interview with TMZ. “But they have to stand strong for their family and stay connected to their children and make it work.”
Teresa also hopes the two Chrisley Knows Best stelle’ children will regularly visit them in prison, saying her own four daughters “came every week” to see her.
“La cosa è, my children were young,” ha ricordato. “But based on their schedule, almeno, go once a month. They have to always keep it connected. Keep their family connected. Stand strong together.”
Teresa’s remarks come shortly after Joe, 50, also commented on the Chrisleys’ legal situation.
“Voglio dire, these people did the same, exact thing we did, that I did — not Teresa, me,” he said on Teresa and Melissa Pfeister’s Namaste B$tches podcast. “It was probably, dico, 90 percent of the world does, gli Stati Uniti. does — did — during the times, but they targeted us, and now these people here did the same exact thing, same exact charges.”
Joe feels that Todd and Julie’s decision to go to trial ultimately impacted them negatively, resulting in them getting a harsher sentence. L'ex RHONJ star also argued that the longtime couple could’ve faired better if they “would have taken the plea” as he did with Teresa.
“They would’ve probably got a slap on the wrist, they would’ve gone to prison, maybe the wife would’ve gone to prison same [amount of] time as Teresa, if that. And the guy would’ve probably got the same amount I got, which he would’ve been out in, sai, 17 mesi, ’cause he could’ve done the drug program and he’s a citizen and this and that, so he would’ve been out 16 mesi, 17 mesi,” Joe explained. “But being that he went to trial, ok? They crucified him, all right? They give you double time.”
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A novembre, Todd was sentenced a 12 years in prison with 16 months probation. Julie received seven years in prison alongside 16 months probation.
“My parents regularly say, and I believe they’ve said on their podcast anche, that at this time it’s basically living every day like it’s your last, enjoying the moment, spending time with their kids that are in Nashville,” lei disse.
“Certo, I’m spending time with my parents over the phone because I also have shared custody [with my ex-husband William Campbell]. So I don’t have the luxury of being able to just pick up and go to Nashville and be there until January,” il Convogli di caffè co-host continued. “But my parents are definitely dedicating their time in therapy and their biblical studies as well as with their children.”