Teresa Giudice's Father Giacinto Gorga in Hospital: Hear Her Message

Teresa Giudice

Teresa Giudice

"Adults can handle anything". In fact, the reality star is continuing to film Real Housewives of New Jersey despite her husband's legal battle - and she had a few words for anyone who didn't agree with her choice. "They're asking themselves why is this happening to me, they want their daddy to come home". Vicki looked chic in a one-shoulder black dress with grey heels.

Joe Giudice pleaded guilty in 2014 to bankruptcy fraud and failing to pay taxes on $200,000 worth of income, and is scheduled to be released from prison in March 2019.

Teresa Giudice said the family is appealing the court's ruling to deport Joe.

Teresa explained that despite both his Italian parents becoming USA citizens, they never applied on behalf of their son, who was just a baby when they immigrated. "I've been doing this now for nearly ten years", she said on Good Morning America on November 6. 'His dad became an American citizen before he was 18 and then his mom did it after he was 18 and I don't know why they never made him an American citizen'.

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Joe's wife was asked if she knows why he never applied for citizenship, something she said Michael Strahan would "have to ask his parents" about. I have four daughters to raise, and I don't understand why people would criticize me for that. She does have Gia, 17, Gabrielle, 14, Milania, 12, and Audriana, 9, to think of, after all.

It's wonderful to see the mother of four, who is taking this journey "one day at a time", stay so strong for her daughters. "We keep saying he's at work", Teresa admitted.

Asked how she and Joe broke the news of Joe's prison sentence to their girls, Teresa explained that they at first told them age appropriate explanations. Of the girls, Teresa said 17-year-old Gia is "like the rock of her sisters", while 12-year-old Milania has been "having a hard time".

Since the deportation news, Teresa has taken to social media, posting that she is "taking it one day at a time" while putting her focus and energy on her children, including looking at colleges with oldest daughter Gia, who has been very outspoken about her father's ordeal. "I'm doing it all by myself". "This is how I make a living. If I don't work, how are they gonna live?" She documented some particularly stressful moments with her dad in the hospital in her book Standing Strong. "I love you with all my heart buddy #heartbroken", she wrote.

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