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‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Star Blames Show for Financial Stress

Aug 20, 2010  •  Post A Comment

"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice is blaming the show for her family’s continuing financial problems, reports PopEater.com

According to a friend of hers, the star believes if she hadn’t gained fame from the Bravo show, her bankruptcy case would have been settled before now. She and her husband owe creditors almost $11 million, and recently unsuccessfully sought to have an auction of their New Jersey home halted.

"Because she is now famous everyone is using the situation to get press for themselves and humiliate her and her family. It’s honestly got to the point where she’s not sure if she wants to come back for another season," the unnamed friend told PopEater.com.

 

14 Comments

  1. Nobody had a gun to her head to go on the show.

  2. Nobody had a gun to her head to go on the show.

  3. Let’s see. She and her hubby spent $11 million on overpriced, rococo crap for their overleveraged McMansion in New Jersey and that’s somehow the fault of a crap television show?
    If you believe that, I’ve got some beachfront property in Colorado you might be interested in.
    Or a bridge in Brooklyn, perhaps?

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  6. She needs to talk to the Situation and see how to turn this reality show stuff into real cash.

  7. she is FAMOUS?? in her own mind. What a moron. They spent like they had money but they are just broke trash that wants the public to foot the bill for their lavish and ugly wants. tacky tacky tacky. She is just an ugly wannabe who needs to take some financial classes to add that $60K a year does NOT warrant 11 million in debt. Stupid woman.

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