Update: This auction is so popular that now you can bid for this tacky junk over the internet.
As reported earlier , destitution whore Teresa Giudice of the Real Housewives of New Jersey will have the contents of her house auctioned off August 22.
Bold, brazen, arrogant Teresa had this to say Thursday evening on Twitter:
Why this article was pointed out is a mystery as the Giudices continue to attempt to hide assets. This is what the attorney told People Magazine:
An attorney for the Giudices, Jim Kridel, says things needn’t go that far, and he plans to object to the filing in court, saying they did not hide sources of income. “The contract for Teresa’s book was signed after the bankruptcy petition was filed, and all money was received post petition,” he says, adding that the law allows the Giudices to freely spend money earned after they filed for bankruptcy.
“If she knew the recipes, it doesn’t take four years to write a cook book,” he says. “It’s not a Mary Higgins Clark novel.”
As for the pizzeria, it is owned by Joe’s father, Kridel says, and therefore should never have been considered an asset at the time of the filing.
Kridel also points out that auctioning personal property may not yield much money to be divided up among creditors. “You can’t sell used, personal property for the sticker price,” he says. “A $5,000 chandelier won’t sell for $5,000. Nobody will buy a used mattress. The real issue in bankruptcy is, what’s the value of everything? And at the time of the bankruptcy, these things didn’t have any value.”