It can not be denied that the judge's order that Joe Giudice will be deported to Italy after his stay in prison is deeply saddening for his four children. Now, Gia, Milania and Teresa Giudice have spoken since Joe's deportation through Instagram posts. As expected, this has been a lot for them to deal with. Joe is scheduled to be released from prison in March 2019 and immediately be deported, according to a People Article that was published on October 10.
According to PeopleJoe has 30 days from the judge's decision to appeal the decision, something his family wants him to do. (Bustle approached Teresa's representative for comments, as well as Bravo, but did not receive an immediate response).
From this moment, the The real housewives of New Jersey star has not issued a real statement about the imminent deportation, but Teresa posted a photo of the Statue of Liberty with her hands on her face along with some emojis of hands praying on the legend of October 14, apparently making reference to the news .
Teresa has been doing everything possible to continue with life as she normally would. On Friday, October 12, Teresa shared Instagram Stories watching her older daughter, Gia, cheer up at her high school soccer game.
A few days later, Teresa shared a photo of her and Gia visiting Rutgers University in New Jersey. The real housewife did not explicitly address the deportation of her husband, but she wrote "Taking it one day at a time," which is very applicable to the situation.
Teresa and Joe's 12-year-old daughter, Milania, shared photos of her and her father on October 14, along with a sincere plea in hopes of fighting Joe's deportation. Milania wrote,
"My dad, who is the best dad in the world, needs to come home, we have not finished fighting with dad, I can not believe this is happening, I can not imagine another day without you, we will do everything possible." We can fight against this daddy! I love you with all my heart, friend.
RHONJ the spectators have come to know and love Milania as the outstanding comedian of her family over the years. So seeing your label with the word "afflicted" is truly heartbreaking.
Gia shared an old photo of her and her father with a very long legend. She wrote: "My father is not a threat to society, he is one of the most affectionate people I know, he would never hurt a soul". Giudice's eldest daughter also said:
"My father made his time and learned from his mistakes, is not it supposed that being there makes you realize your mistakes in order to become a better person?"
Clearly, the Giudice family did not expect deportation news since Gia revealed: "We have many plans to do as a family when he leaves, I need my father to be here."
Gia concluded: "My father belongs to us and his family, my father came to this country when he was one year old, the United States is the only country he knows, he spread the word #bringjoehome".
There is no doubt that Joe has been a polarizing person among the The real housewives of New Jersey Fandom during the eight seasons of the program so far, but neither can it be denied that his family is very affected by the imminent deportation. The fans have seen the Giudice girls grow up, and it is very sad to see them go through even more difficult times in such a public matter.