Former “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, Teresa Giudice, is passing her days in prison, spending at least a year away from her four daughters, Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana. While the time apart is certainly tough on a mom, Radar Online is reporting that the youngest Giudice has had the toughest time adjusting to the behind bars visitations with her mother. A recently released Danbury inmate is spilling that little Audriana has struggled to adjust to her mother’s stark reality.
“The youngest had some issues when it was time to go at the first visit,” the recently released Danbury Federal Corrections Institute inmate told Radar.
“She was crying,” the insider said. “Just like a typical kid who didn’t want to leave her mother. If you have kids, you know how they are when their mother leaves.”
The source also shares that regular weekend visits, as well as participation in arts and crafts projects have helped five year old Audriana to adjust. The ex-inmate reports that the three older girls appear to be doing fine. However, eldest daughter Gia has evidently raised some eyebrows, due to wardrobe choices, which the tipster labels as too risqué.
“There were several comments about how Gia dresses like, ‘I wouldn’t let my daughter out of the house in that,’” the source claimed. “They were just too revealing. They weren’t age appropriate.”
As the Giudice children trudge back and forth from Danbury, stories will continue as leak as Teresa’a sister felons are released, and free to hawk accounts of the spectacle. The descriptions will surely provide a completely different visual of Giudice reality.