Teresa Giudice Blocked From Filming #RHONJ While On House Arrest — Her Plan To Return To The Show Foiled!

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Say it isn’t so! Could the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) block Teresa Giudice from filming as part of her parole agreement?

Teresa’s attorney, James Leonard, is working overtime to find a solution according to sources. The criminal princess of The Real Housewives of New Jersey is scheduled to be on house arrest while she serves the remainder of her sentence. Originally she was sentenced to 15-months behind bars, and will be released after serving a short of 12-months.

In other words, Giudice will have a few months to serve once she is released and may not be allowed to film under these conditions. During the house arrest period, she will be required to wear ankle “jewelry,” and live within restrictions as part of her probationary conditions.

“She is of course beyond excited about the upcoming release,” the insider said. “The final details of the release are still in the works, along with the conditions of her house arrest. Teresa is hopeful that the Bureau of Prisons won’t require her to stay at the house for the next two months.”

READ: Felon Update: Cameras Won’t Be Rolling When Fallen #RHONJ Star Teresa Giudice Exits Prison

These hurdles will hinder Bravo’s felon darling’s ability to earn income. Of course, by definition, house arrest means, house arrest, no matter how “eager to get back to work” Teresa may be.

“It’s still up in the air as to whether or not Teresa will be allowed to film during the house arrest, but she will be required to check in with an official from the Bureau of Prisons, which will continue to monitor her activity. Whatever Teresa is required to do, she will follow to the letter.”

Teresa’s husband, Joe Giudice, is scheduled to report to prison in March 2016 for numerous fraud charges.

As reported earlier, Teresa’s actual release from prison will not be filmed by Bravo in part because it’s against Danbury Correctional policy. Tell us what you think. Do you think Teresa should be allowed to film while under house arrest?


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