Teresa Giudice, a cast part of Bravo’s “Genuine Housewives of New Jersey,” showed up for a government jail in Danbury, Connecticut, early Monday morning to start serving a 15-month sentence for bankruptcy fraud. Nj.com reported the truth star left her chateau soon after 12 pm and landed at the jail around 3 a.m.
“She was ready,” her lawyer said in a statement to NJ Advance Media. “Teresa is a very strong woman, she won’t have any problems in there.”
She and spouse Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice conceded a year ago and conceded concealing resources from liquidation loan bosses and submitting imposter advance applications to get some $5 million in home loans and development advances. Joe Giudice additionally confessed to neglecting to pay expenses totaling more than $200,000.
Still, Salas sentenced Teresa Giudice to a punishment beneath the extent looked for by the U.s. Lawyer’s office and stunned her sentence with her spouse’s so they wouldn’t be in jail in the meantime and not able to look after their four little girls. Joe Giudice will serve his 41-month punishment after his wife’s sentence is finished.