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    All's well in fairy tale land.

    Teresa Giudice's Husband Arrested Again | PopEater.com

    ...Friday's arrest came at an inconvenient time for Teresa Giudice, who decided keep a public appearance at a Poconos Casino while other family members bailed her husband out of jail, according to RadarOnline.com.

    On Twitter, Teresa did not even hint at trouble in her family. Joe Giudice's mother reportedly drove him from jail to meet Teresa at her book signing for her 'Fabulicious' cookbook. She tweeted, "Hanging out with my honey at Mt Airy Casino. Just finished dinner now we are going to check out the scene."
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    Good grief -- now he's adding identity theft and forgery to his long list of misdoings. Why is this man not in some sort of rehabilitation? Seems like he's going downhill faster than anyone can keep up with.

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    Good grief -- now he's adding identity theft and forgery to his long list of misdoings. Why is this man not in some sort of rehabilitation? Seems like he's going downhill faster than anyone can keep up with.
    How do these people somehow keep slipping through the system? They're arrested, they're charged, and they're still walking around and compounding their problems. Will they ever serve any real jail time? I would be a nervous wreck married to man like that. (Not that I would ever marry a man like that.)

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    How do these people somehow keep slipping through the system? They're arrested, they're charged, and they're still walking around and compounding their problems. Will they ever serve any real jail time? I would be a nervous wreck married to man like that. (Not that I would ever marry a man like that.)
    I'm not a huge fan of Joe's (or Teresa's) , but it's sad to see all this going on. If it's because he needs anger management or counseling, for heaven's sake, get out of denial and get him into a program. Especially since there are young children involved who are also affected by the consequences of his actions.

    If you were Teresa, at what point would you say, "You know what? I can make my own money. I'm going to have to leave."? Or, do you think divorce is just something she would never contemplate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky22 View Post
    How do these people somehow keep slipping through the system? They're arrested, they're charged, and they're still walking around and compounding their problems. Will they ever serve any real jail time? I would be a nervous wreck married to man like that. (Not that I would ever marry a man like that.)
    ITA. Why are these people getting away with so much? I'm still in shock about him forging someone's signature on an important document and yet, he wanders through his life, creating more havoc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texaspet View Post
    I'm not a huge fan of Joe's (or Teresa's) , but it's sad to see all this going on. If it's because he needs anger management or counseling, for heaven's sake, get out of denial and get him into a program. Especially since there are young children involved who are also affected by the consequences of his actions.

    If you were Teresa, at what point would you say, "You know what? I can make my own money. I'm going to have to leave."? Or, do you think divorce is just something she would never contemplate?
    Juicy can cry me a river. (Not you; I admire your big hearted compassion.)

    Sorry, when you make anti-Gay slurs like he did (Tess's swearing that he's friends to all Gays everywhere notwithstanding and not, frankly, credible), you forfeit my sympathy. Except the girls have done nothing wrong and their parents' misbehaviour will follow them, maybe.

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    Ummmm Mt. Airy Lodge is owned by someone supposedly a mafia crime boss. Not attesting to the vaildity of this but it was all over the news in this area last year. Just saying............

    I think I would rather watch paint drying on my walls rather than watch this garbage anymore. 2 weeks & still Housewife-free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PA Snow Bunny View Post
    Ummmm Mt. Airy Lodge is owned by someone supposedly a mafia crime boss. Not attesting to the vaildity of this but it was all over the news in this area last year. Just saying............

    I think I would rather watch paint drying on my walls rather than watch this garbage anymore. 2 weeks & still Housewife-free.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Texaspet View Post
    I'm not a huge fan of Joe's (or Teresa's) , but it's sad to see all this going on. If it's because he needs anger management or counseling, for heaven's sake, get out of denial and get him into a program. Especially since there are young children involved who are also affected by the consequences of his actions.

    If you were Teresa, at what point would you say, "You know what? I can make my own money. I'm going to have to leave."? Or, do you think divorce is just something she would never contemplate?
    I think anger management is something they should address AFTER they address the fact that he's a thief, a liar, and a crook. While he's working on that (possibly while he's in jail), Teresa can work on her OWN aggressive, combative, and completely socially unacceptable anger issues.
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    Maybe this is why NJ was so popular - it's more psychodrama than anything else. They were the darkest bunch of 'wives.

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