Teresa Giudice continues to throw her husband, Joe Giudice, under the bus in her new book!
As reported, The Real Housewives of New Jersey star has been trashing her jailed husband in her new book, “Standing Strong,” set to be released on October 5, 2017.
In the book, she claims Joe was neglect with their finances which resulted in them both going to prison. She describes a reckless man who drowned his sorrows in alcohol.
She’s now admitting that her imprisoned husband was wasted drunk the morning of his prison check-in (March 23, 2016), which violates prison rules.
In a newly released snippet of the book, the Standing Strong author describes the night before Joe turned himself into prison as a drunken ruckus with family and friends.
“I stayed upstairs in my bedroom, crying by myself, knowing that I was going to be saying my own goodbye to him the next day. For what felt forever.”
When Joe finally came to bed, the couple had goodbye sex which Teresa describes as, “drunk, as usual.” But the boozing was not done the night before, the partying carried into the next morning (before 9:30 a.m.), with Joe, his brother and cousins — right before they drove him to prison!
“They drank three bottles of wine, a bottle of champagne, and a bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue — in the morning, before most people had their breakfast!” Teresa writes.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, Joe and his crew guzzled a shot of Johnnie Walker Blue, as the prison bound dad toasted.
“To family, friends; to good health and freedom,” Teresa recounts.
Joe requested Burger King as his final meal on the way to prison.
As reported, Joe Giudice arrived to Fort Dix Correctional Institution on March 23, 2016, drunk and belligerent. Per prison rules, Joe could not be immediately processed as a new inmate, due to his intoxicated condition.
“He kept blowing the highest alcohol level on their device. Then he had to go to the medical department for five hours to sober up. It wasn’t until 7:00 pm that they let him in and gave him some food, a toothbrush, soap and sneakers.”
Joe was so inebriated that prison officials were forced to toss the habitual law-breaker in maximum security instead of general camp for making a mockery of the court by breaking the rules.