It’s been six weeks since “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” star Teresa Giudice, turned herself in to FCI Danbury prison and sources that she has now settled into a comfortable routine. What is this comfortable routine? Teresa has been assigned to work in the club fed kitchen, the perfect place for her talents, and is said to be whipping up some of her famous Italian recipes with whatever ingredients she can find. I’m sure her fans can’t wait for a new cookbook featuring recipes from Danbury!
Teresa has also joined a television watching club with fellow inmates. What shows are they watching? An insider says Empire, Scandal and Real Housewives of Atlanta. I wonder if she’s Team Claudia or Team Porsha? The insider said that Teresa has a “fairly lenient television watching schedule because she is on her best behavior.”
And when Teresa is not slammed with chores, she keeps busy reading her fan mail. This will surprise no one, but Danbury has been inundated with letters from rabid Trehuggers.
The insider spilled the tea to Confidenti@l,
“She (is reading) them. She isn’t writing back, though, she doesn’t have the time.”
However, Teresa is said to be writing emails to her four daughters Gia (14), Gabriella (10), Milania (8), and Audriana (4), which are monitored by jail employees.
So far, Joe and the girls have visited Teresa a few times since she turned herself in on Jan 5. Joe had to receive special permission for visitation because of his criminal record. Teresa’s goal is to get out of the clink by February 2016, to be with her family, serving only 85% of her sentence. She will still have a heck a restitution bill staring her down upon release, but sources say Teresa will have many opportunities lined up like book deals, reality shows, and speaking appearances.
Tell us what you think. Are you happy that Teresa is keeping busy and keeping out of trouble? Or does it bother you that she will profit from bad behavior?
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