No cameras allowed! That is the word on filming Teresa Giudice’s release from Danbury Correctional Institute. The fallen star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey prison sentence comes to an end on December 23, but according to a source, “Bravo won’t be allowed on the premises at the prison. Officials would never agree to it.”
Although many fans have been waiting all year for this event, “Teresa just wants to be reunited with her family and get out of there with as little fanfare as possible,” the source explained.
And though you won’t be able to keep the photogs away from the Danbury property line, Teresa has no plans to hang out and pose for pictures. “She just wants to get to her house and then she will really believe it’s over.”
The current plans are that husband Joe will be there to greet his wife, but it hasn’t been decided yet if Gia, 14, Milania, 10, Gabriella, 9, and Audriana, 6 will be there as well. Especially since the younger two don’t know that mommy has been in the clink.
“Joe will definitely be there as Teresa is released and decisions will be made about the girls as well,” the insider explained. “It’s more of a safety issue, not wanting the kids to be caught up in media frenzy. Teresa would like to keep some moments private as she reunites with her family.”
Normally Teresa would agree to film anything, if the price is right, but it’s nice to know that maybe the reality star has changed. In the meantime, the family has homemade gifts to look forward to that Teresa has made from behind bars as she looks forward to being home for the holidays.