Monday, October 20, 2014

Heather Dubrow Speaks the Truth on Teresa Giudice's Future with the "Real Housewives of New Jersey"


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Talk about a dramatic finale!

On Sunday's episode of Real Housewives of New Jersey, cameras rolled as Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice were sentenced to prison on fraud charges.

Although the cast ended on a united front with everyone feeling bad for the couple's punishment, one star of the Real Housewives of Orange County thinks it may be best for Teresa to step away from the cameras.

"I don't know them, I feel terrible for their children and their family. However, they did these things. They pled guilty," Heather Dubrow said on The Melting Pot, a radio show heard on iHeartRadio.  "I loved when Teresa said I'm gonna do whatever I can to make it right but then I saw her on Andy Cohen's show last week and to me, there was no remorse. "

Dubrow can't help but also remember what happened on sentencing day that may have had a great impact on the judge's sentencing.

"Even on the day of their sentencing, they were hiding jewelry and they didn't tell the court all their assets," she shared. "They took money from people!"

When asked if Teresa will continue filming the show, Dubrow had her hesitations.

"If there was a Bravo executive who pled guilty to 41 counts of fraud, would they keep them on the payroll? Isn't [Teresa] a Bravo employee?" she asked. "At some point, are we harboring a criminal?"

In a clip of the upcoming reunion show, Teresa tearfully tells Cohen that, "this is probably going to be my last reunion."

No casting announcements for the new season have been made. Despite some honest opinions from Dubrow, many in the Housewives community have been supportive of Giudice.
Props to Heather for taking a stand and having the courage to speak openly and honestly about Teresa and Joe. Again, Teresa and Joe Giudice pled guilty to some SERIOUS crimes and frankly speaking, got off pretty easy considering what the law states they should be confined for the CRIMES they committed once they pled guilty. I'm tired of people and certain "Housewives" crying and feeling sorry for these two, in turn giving compassion to two people who didn't two craps about the people they scammed to continue living their rich and extravagant lifestyle. Wanna shed a tear or two for their girls? Fine. But all this sympathy for Teresa and Joe G. needs to end. I mean they're grown-ass adults for chrissakes and maybe some time in prison will finally be their wake-up call.

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