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Teresa Giudice Is In More Tax Trouble!

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Teresa Giudice, is once again having some tax issues. Apparently, reality stars are just like us, folks! As they say, there are two things that are certain in life: death and taxes.

As you all know, Teresa spent a year in prison, and her husband, Joe Giudice is currently serving his prison term for fraud. That being the case, the couple still owe some cash to good ole Uncle Sam.

The couple’s lawyer told US Magazine that the two definitely plan on paying back every single penny, so there will be no further issues:


“We have worked out a re-payment schedule to ensure that every penny owed will be paid in full. This has been done for quite some time.”

Let me tell you, Bravoholics, the couple still owe a decent bit of cash to the IRS.

Only two months after being released from prison, Teresa was nailed with a tax lien for a little over $23k. Joe however, was informed while in prison, that he still owes nearly $240k in taxes.

If it’s not one thing, it’s another for this couple. Unfortunately it looks like it’s going to take a good bit of time before this couple can settle everything, and get back to their normal lives, which is what Teresa is desperately trying to get back to.

Sources have stated that Teresa is back in her element after filming for the new season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, and that she’s just trying to concentrated on being a good mother to Gia, Gabrielle, Milania, and Audriana.

Look for the new season of #RHONJ to return to Bravo on July 10th at 8PM E.T.  🙂

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  • debragrimes

    get a real job and pay back what you owe trashy bitch

  • Aggie Ci

    That doesn’t sound like “more tax trouble,” but the same tax trouble. Where do you get “more?”