Teresa Giudice’s haters never stop. As it has become clear that Teresa was very successful on Celebrity Apprentice, and the rumor that she may have won is spreading (we won’t know until the finale episode), nasty little reports jumping on anything about her come out. This one has Real Housewives of New Jersey cast mates Melissa Gorga, Jacqueline Laurita or Caroline Manzo written all over it: If you recall, Caroline wanted either her or golden child Albie Manzo to be chosen as contestants. Donald Trump apparently did not want to put his viewers to sleep.
There is a new report out that claims Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice isn’t the super mom everyone believes her to be. According to Reality Tea, the mother-of-four is turning into an absentee mom because of her fame.
A RHONJ insider tells the website that Teresa, who always brags about not having a nanny, is not the hands on mom we think she is.
The source says, “I know Teresa’s babysitter well. She watches all four children ALL the time. She drives them everywhere, takes them to birthday parties, and just about everything else,” says our insider. “Teresa is very uninvolved in her children’s lives. She has been for a while. Her main focus is how to build her empire so she can remain “on top.”
Sad. Teresa Giudice refused to talk about her co-stars on the Wendy Williams Show last week. Teresa and Joe Giudice withdrew their bankruptcy petition earlier this year after they were accused of bankruptcy fraud. Joe may still go to jail for fraudulently obtaining a drivers license last year.
If it’s not fraudulent, Joe apparently doesn’t know how to do it. Just like the Lauritas, Gorgas and Manzos. that leaves Teresa as the one to earn a legitimate paycheck.
Let Joe stay home with those girls; oh, right, he’s too busy out with his girlfriends, which seem to be numerous (go figure).
What an unfair assessment of the situation Teresa’s in. If she were a man, this would not be a conversation.
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