Teresa Giudice poses in prison jumpsuit for family photo
UPI News Service, 07/08/2015
Teresa Giudice posed for a family photo during a visiting session at the Danbury Correctional Facility in Connecticut.
The photo showed "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star clothed in a dark green button-up and pants along with a pair of brown loafers. A stark contrast to the bedazzled looks she is used to sporting on the Bravo reality show.
Giudice managed to keep her hair in tousled curls and a had a slight smile on her face while posing with husband Joe Giudice and daughters Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana.
Sources revealed to "Entertainment Tonight" tthe photo was taken on Mother's Day and the girls were "thrilled" to see their mother.
Though Giudice's muted outfit faded in comparison to her daughters', the star still managed to look stylish, sources say she tries to maintain her looks by keeping up her hair and nails.
Along with her appearance Giudice keeps up with a journal that she plans on using for her memoir that she plans on making into a book when she is released. The potential profits make help cover the $414,000 restitution the couple had to pay.
Giudice is six months into her 15-month prison sentence, with hopes of being released in December. The star pleaded guilty for tax fraud along with her husband, who will be serving his 41-month prison sentence some time after her sentence is up.
"The Giudices were initially indicted in 2013 on 39 counts of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications and bankruptcy fraud," Forbes reported.
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The couple decided to go with a plea that would allow them to do time separately so they each could care for their children.
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