Four days after a judge told Joe Giudice that he would be deported after serving his prison sentence, his wife, Teresa, broke her silence on social media, and her secret publication seems to be a reaction to the judge's decision.
Teresa Giudice He posted a photo of the Statue of Liberty crying on Instagram on October 14, which he subtitled with several emojis of "praying hands". While it did not broaden her reason for publication, it definitely seems to be her first public acknowledgment of her husband, From Joe Giudice, imminent deportation. This was Teresa's first publication on Instagram since October 10, when a judge ordered Joe deported to Italy after his 41-month prison sentence for conspiracy to commit fraud. He is more than half of the sentence at this time.
When the judge told Joe his decision, the The real housewives of New Jersey The star was stunned. "I do not understand how I can be deported in this case," he argued. "If you want, I'll tell you my side, I should not even be here now." Previously, Teresa served an 11-month sentence for fraud charges as of January 2015. According to reports, there are no plans for Teresa and her four children move to Italy with Joe when he is deported, according to TMZ. You have the opportunity to file an appeal of the judge's decision before November 9th.
Meanwhile, the oldest daughter of the couple, Gia, 17, previously moved to Instagram to share his anguish over the decision of the judge. The teenager again posted a video that referred to the deportation decision as "racist" and subtitled it: "Spread the word, I could not have said it better." I love you daddy, let's fight against this! "
Joe moved to the United States from Italy when he was only one year old, but never sought citizenship, so he will be deported.