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Teresa Giudice Sentencing Date: Joe Giudice Deportation Worries End RHONJ

Posted: October 19th, 2014 in Joe Giudice, Teresa Giudice by LALATE

Teresa Giudice Sentencing Date: Joe Giudice Deportation Worries End RHONJ


LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Teresa Giudice’s sentencing date and the Joe Giudice sentencing hearing concludes RHONJ’s 2014 season tonight, with the dramatic RHONJ reunion to kick off next week. Tonight BravoTV and Sirens Media flex their skills and excellently scheduling and filming around a sentencing hearing, and holding footage to conclude a dramatic season. The question however is whether the shock of the Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice prison term sentence – clearly know by viewers before tonight’s telecast – will hamper reality TV ratings. LALATE expects it will. Strangely, LALATE can report that Teresa stands to make $650,000 to $850,000 next season, as she heads to prison, on camera.

Teresa Giudice’s sentencing hearing date happened several weeks ago. At the time, LALATE exclusively reported that BravoTV was set to film the RHONJ conclusion the same way the started the RHOA 2014 season. A source close to RHOA’s production tells LALATE that cast and crew were in place ready to react – on camera – to Apollo Nida’s sentencing hearing. Weeks later, after that test run, BravoTV (with a different production company) did the same with New Jersey. In place at the time of the Teresa Giudice sentencing hearing, by their TV sets, watching the web, are Teresa’s costars ready to react. That footage airs tonight.

But does “reaction” deliver ratings? Generally it does not. Years ago, when MTV was perfectly the skill of shooting “reality” TV with The Hills and airing the footage as close to the unfolding of the “real” life events as possible, producers were keen to keep events aka “storylines” under seal. Tonight, everyone watching the finale knows that Teresa is going to prison, Joe is serving time after her, and their lives will be changed. Joe Giudice feared deportation. It does not happen. The court rules that Joe may not be deported by prosecutors after serving his team. The court shocks Teresa and tells her that she will serve time, and begin serving time in January.

Yet the real shock about the Teresa Giudice hearing date is the ability of BravoTV to film fast, lots of footage and attempt to keep a storyline running. The question is if they can do it again between September and January. As reported earlier on LALATE, Bravo is going to keep recording footage of Teresa leading up to her heading to prison for a new season. The question is how much of that prison term (including prison visits) may be depicted on air.

Bravo’s brand of glamorous housewives has never featured a star being visited behind bars. And while you should not expect a prison to allow cameras inside next season, producers could certainly record Joe driving week to prison to visit Teresa, rather than inside the visitation room. It’s a digression from everything glamorous in the RH brand. But in the world of reality TV, brands have to grow. And the path that RHONJ is about travel will be an unusual one.







Teresa Giudice Prison Farewell Andy Cohen Interview Heads to WWHL

Posted: October 5th, 2014 in Joe Giudice, Teresa Giudice by LALATE

Teresa Giudice Prison Farewell Andy Cohen Interview Splits Viewers


LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Reaction to the Teresa Giudice prison farewell interview with Andy Cohen has split viewers, even before it has aired, LALATE can report. Teresa Giudice’s prison sentence date did not progress as she had planned. Joe Giudice tells Cohen during the interview that Joe had expected his wife not to serve time in prison. That is not how the Court viewed the case.

The Teresa Giudice sentencing date featured a series of statements by her to the Court that are not consistent with their conduct with Andy Cohen. Teresa cried before the Court telling it that she did not care about RHONJ. Teresa said that because of her purported lack of interest in RHONJ she wanted to be sentenced to home confinement. “I am more sorry than anyone will ever know … I will make this right. My four daughters are my life. I don’t care about the TV show.” Hours after that statement, Teresa sat down to film the Andy Cohen interview, which clearly was planned by Teresa. Then that same day, Teresa told PEOPLE that she loves RHONJ. “This is my job and I want to keep going.”

The court took issue with the Giudice’s lack of real statements over the years, in bankruptcy filings and loan applications. The court for example reprimanded Teresa for not listing her RHONJ jewelry as an asset during the bankrupt case. Teresa told the court the jewelry had no value because it was only costume jewelry.

Prosecutors previously claimed that Teresa made $110,000 from RHONJ during season two but allegedly told a bankruptcy court that they got paid a lot less. “Beginning on or about October 29, 2009, and continuing through at least on or about December 15, 2011, in The District of New Jersey [Joe and Teresa] devised a scheme and artifice to defraud by means of materially false and fraudulent pretenses and reputations as part of a bankruptcy proceeding.”

Joe Giudice told Andy Cohen during the interview that he thought his wife could get home confinement. The government argued against home confinement for Teresa, vehemently. They called her mansion to be a house “built on fraudulent loans.”

But has there been remorse? After the plea agreement was announced, Teresa issued a news statement apologizing. She said “express my remorse to Judge Salas and the public… I have said throughout that I respect the legal process and thus I intend to address the court directly at sentencing.” But has Joe Giudice been remorseful? Teresa begins serving time in January. Depending on RHONJ filming schedules, she could be back on the show after a one season break. But Joe can certainly begin filming next season if he wishes and the network invites him back.

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Teresa Giudice Prison Term 15 Months Ruled at Giudice Sentencing Date

Posted: October 2nd, 2014 in Joe Giudice, RHONJ, Teresa Giudice by LALATE

       Teresa Giudice Prison Term 15 Months Ruled at Giudice Sentencing Date


LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The Teresa Giudice sentencing hearing date today 10/2/14 has ended. Teresa Giudice is going to prison for 15 months, but not right away. Earlier, Joe Giudice was sentenced to 41 months in prison at today’s sentencing hearing. After a long lunch break, Teresa Giudice of RHONJ learned her sentencing fate. Teresa today October 2, 2014 had faced up to 27 months in prison, and Joe Giudice could have been sentenced to 46 months. In the end, Joe Giudice was sentenced to 41 months in prison. Joe Giudice who is not a U.S. citizen will not be deported. Teresa Giudice, however, was sentenced to 15 months in prison.

The Teresa Giudice sentencing hearing today featured far less leniency, initially, from the court than expected. Teresa was seeking home confinement and/or probation, arguing that she needs to tend to the couple’s minor children. The court was not so convinced before lunch break. It argued that it could set the husband and wife prison terms to run consecutively, not concurrently. Teresa cried in court. She told the court “I am more sorry than anyone will ever know … I will make this right. My four daughters are my life. I don’t care about the TV show.” She added “I’m scared, I’m not going to deny it, I’m really scared.” The government argued against home confinement for Teresa. They called her mansion to be a house “built on fraudulent loans.”

First, the Court ordered the couple to repay $414,000 to banks for illegally obtained loans. Joe was fined ten thousand dollars. Second, prosecutors sought deportation. The defense argued that deportation would destroy the family. The court agreed and ruled that the government cannot deport Joe. The couple has four daughters, Audriana, 5, Milania, 8, Gabriella, 9, and Gia, 13. Third, Joe Giudice’s attorney admitted the Joe has a drinking problem. Joe’s attorney said that Joe Giudice needs rehab to battle drinking issues. Through much of the season, Joe’s face has been red on camera for RHONJ episodes. “I stand here humiliated before the court and society and my family and society. I promise to be a better person”, Joe told the Court.

Documents obtained exclusively by LALATE however reveal that the Teresa Giudice & Joe Giudice lies stemmed from cheating banks, cheating a bankruptcy court, and even falsifying business income for operations actually shown on BravoTV. The government claimed that “From on or about October 29, 2009, through at least on or about December 15, 2011, [Joe and Teresa] devised and intending told vice a scheme … to defraud .. made materially false and fraudulent reputations as part of a bankrupt proceeding.” It has been long believed that Teresa gets paid $600,000 a season.

But that was not the case in the second season of the show. The salaries were far less at the time. Documents obtained by LALATE indicated that Teresa allegedly understated her income to defraud a bankruptcy court. “On or about June 5, 2009 and August 27, 2009 defendant [Joe and Teresa] signed agreements in connection with the upcoming Season Two of the Television Show whereby they would receive approximately $110,000 in compensation.” Yet prosecutors claim that she did not correctly state that money to the court. Prosecutors assert that “Beginning on or about October 29, 2009, and continuing through at least on or about December 15, 2011, in The District of New Jersey [Joe and Teresa] devised a scheme and artifice to defraud by means of materially false and fraudulent pretenses and reputations as part of a bankruptcy proceeding.” For more on today’s announcements click HERE.

Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice Sentencing: Joe Gets Prison Term 41 Months

Posted: October 2nd, 2014 in Joe Giudice, Teresa Giudice by LALATE

Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice Sentencing: Joe Gets Prison! Teresa Probation


LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice sentencing ruling today October 2, 2014 has just been revealed. What happened at the Teresa Giudice sentencing hearing date today 10/2/14, is Teresa or Joe going prison, and are they both returning RHONJ next season?

The Teresa Giudice sentencing hearing featured Teresa and Joe Giudice both appearing in a federal court after pleading guilty to different charges. They were a mixture of charges stemming from IRS filings, bankruptcy filings, and loan requests. The Joe Giudice defense approach coming into today’s hearing was for Joe to seek a lesser prison term length. Teresa meantime was seeking no prison time. Teresa’s defense argument was that someone would need to take care for the Giudice children and that she should be given probation to care for minor children. Another possibility would be house confinement.

Teresa issued a news statement last spring which read “Today, I took responsibility for a series of mistakes I made several years ago. I have said throughout that I respect the legal process and thus I intend to address the court directly at sentencing. I will describe the choices I made, continue to take responsibility for my decisions, and express my remorse to Judge Salas and the public.”

But in accepting their plea deal last Spring, the Giudices still had uncertainty about today’s fate. Teresa today faced 27 months in prison, under federal sentencing guidelines. She however was seeking today probation (no prison) or home confinement. Joe Giudice, however, under federal sentencing guidelines, faced today 37 to 46 months in federal prison.

So what happened at the Teresa Giudice sentencing hearing today 10/2/14? The hearing did not start off on a good note for the RHONJ stars. The case before Federal Distinct Judge Esther Salas featured a range of possible sentencing options.

But, off the bat, Judge Esther Salas expressed displeasure with the Giudices’ false financial disclosures. First, Salas said that Teresa and Joe Giudice lied about their household assets in their bankruptcy case. That case, filed in 2009, featured Joe and Teresa listing $60,000 in assets, when they exceeded more than one million. The couple omitted listing an insurance policy which the court held to be an assert. Salas said that Teresa and Joe were ordered to truthful with the bankruptcy court and did not do that. “It’s the same pattern of obstruction and dishonesty and manipulation that they showed in the bankruptcy case,” the government said of the Giudices.

In the end, Joe faced 37-46 months todays. Joe Giudice was sentencing today to 41 months in federal prison. Teresa’s ruling is pending any minute. UPDATE: Teresa’s sentencing ruling has been announced. Teresa got 15 months. For more details about Teresa’s ruling just announced, click HERE.

Joe Giudice Prison Sentencing? Faces Min 3 Years, No Deportation

Posted: October 2nd, 2014 in Joe Giudice, Teresa Giudice by LALATE

Joe Giudice Prison Sentencing? Faces 3 Years, No Deportation


LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Is Joe Giudice going to prison, how long will Joe Giudice go to prison or “on vacation” as he describes on RHONJ, and will a Joe Giudice deportation hearing follow? Giudice is currently in court right this moment. His sentencing hearing started at 10 am EST. Pursuant to his plea agreed, he faces federal sentencing guidelines.

U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas at 10 a.m. will decide Joe Giudice’s prison sentence. It is unlikely that Joe won’t serve time. It also highly unlikely that Joe Giudice will face deportation. Rather, Joe’s legal team is likely to argue to allow a reduced prison sentence against him and to allow his wife not to serve time at all inside a federal prison. The defense move is to argue for Teresa’s probation (no prison) and to get Joe Giudice a shortened prison term.

Joe Giudice, however, under federal sentencing guidelines, faces 37 to 46 months in federal prison. Salas may reduce it to less than 37 months as well. The plea agreement also requires that the couple repay money they agreed was fraudulently obtained.

Joe’s case is a bit different than Teresa’s. He has one count of failing to pay taxes. He was initially charged with five counts for failure to pay taxes. But Joe’s plea reduced that to one count of mail fraud and three counts of bankruptcy fraud (for he and Teresa) and one count of failure to pay taxes for him.

Joe, prosecutors claim, misstated his assets during the bankruptcy and misstated his Bravo income. What did Joe and Teresa do? The government asserts that, years before joining Bravo, Teresa allegedly committed loan fraud, allegedly fabricating income, W2 statements, and more to get home loans that should not have been given. When she was in bankruptcy, she and Joe allegedly did not disclose other assets. For live results as they are announced click HERE.
















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