Reports recently surfaced that Teresa Giudice's home was raided by the federal government. Anonymous sources said the Fed seized the Giudices' possessions — including her four daughters' Christmas gifts — because she and her husband Joe failed to set up a restitution payment plan (they were ordered to pay $400,000+ during their October sentencing).
Which is nice because right after that all the Real Housewives of New Jersey star has to look forward to is reporting to jail on January 5th to begin her sentence for committing mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud.
Tre claims the lawyer failed to do his job, like meeting with her prior to completing bankruptcy docs and failing to mention key assets like her cars, her rental property income, and various bank accounts.
The TV momma is going out of her way to make the holiday extra special for her four beloved kids, like decorating the house with "every trimming imaginable" and whipping up a lasagna to compliment the traditional Thanksgiving bird.
Well, she was promptly fired, and has been featured in a new book, called So You've Been Publicly Shamed, authored by Jon Ronson. The author is sympathetic with Sacco, but it doesn't make a ton of sense.
Especially considering she defends her horrible 'joke.'