The couple pleaded not guilty to additional counts of bank fraud and loan application fraud, which were related to a 2005 mortgage loan, the Newark Star-Ledger reported.
The two charges were added this week to the 39-count indictment levied against them in July, the newspaper said.
The Giudices, who live with their four daughters in a mansion in Towaco, are accused of conspiring to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in mortgages and other loans, and of hiding significant assets and income during their two-year bankruptcy proceedings, the Star-Ledger quoted authorities as saying.
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