Teresa Giudice she has spoken symbolically about her husband Joe GiudiceDeportation sentence.
On Sunday, Teresa posted a photo of the Statue of Liberty, but instead of holding a torch, she covers her eyes with her hands. She subtitled it with the emoji of the praying hand and added it to her publications and usual Instagram stories. When the judge announced the decision, a source told E! The news that Teresa "is devastated by the news that Joe will be deported to Italy."
On October 10, a judge ordered that Joe be deported from the United States after his 3-year sentence in federal prison and then turned over to ICE (United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service). It is supposed to be released in March 2019.
Two of his four daughters also spoke on Instagram about their hopes of keeping their father in the United States after jail. 17 years Gia giudice and 12 years old Milania Giudice He took the social media platform and advocated on behalf of his father. Milania uploaded photos of the two and wrote: "My dad, who is the best dad in the world, needs to go home, we have not finished fighting with dad, I can not believe this is happening, I can not imagine another day without you. Let's do everything we can to fight against this dad! "
Gia wrote similar words next to an older photo of the two. "My father is not a threat to society, he is one of the most sincere people I know, he would never hurt a soul," he wrote. "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? And that's exactly what my father did."
In 2014, Joe was sentenced to 41 months in prison on fraud charges. Teresa surrendered in January 2015 and began her prison sentence at a minimum security facility in Connecticut. She served 11 months.
Teresa has not made any other public comment about the deportation, but Joe has the right to appeal. ICE told E! The news in a statement, "Mr. Guidice reserved his right to appeal the decision before the Board of Immigration Appeals and has 30 days to file an appeal before the order becomes final."
The source told E! The news that Teresa "always knew that this was a possible result." The insider shared, "Teresa and Joe do not have a current plan for what to do next in their marriage, even though they are committed to finding a way to make this situation work for their family." He hates the idea of uprooting his children. " their lives and leaving their elderly father who lives with her to move around the world. "
Teresa is also making an effort to be "strong" for her four daughters, according to the source.
While she remains "committed" to keeping her family together, another source told E! News: "Teresa has no plans to go anywhere at this time."
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