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Andy Cohen discusses Teresa Giudice's post-guilty plea gig on 'RHONJ'

Andy Cohen attends the 2014 amfAR New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on February 5, 2014 in New York City.
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Teresa Giudice recently plead guilty to four charges of fraud, and now, fans everywhere are wondering where her gig on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" stands.

In a new interview, Andy Cohen, creator of the "Real Housewives" series, is speaking out about where he and Bravo stand when it comes to Teresa's legal issues.

"I don't know much about the situation. I certainly am thinking about [Teresa's] kids right now," Cohen told E! News on March 10. "We're shooting next season right now, so there's going to be a lot in there that's going to be quite dramatic and different than anything we've ever seen before."

The cast has been filming season six since late last year, so there is going to be plenty of drama from the entire cast, starting with the holidays and moving into Teresa's guilty plea and the moments following.

And when it comes to Teresa's gig on a future seventh season, Cohen explained, "I'm gonna let her get through the sentencing and then we'll all talk."

If Teresa is behind bars, she would be unable to take place in any further filming until she is released, but if she is sentenced to house arrest, there is a possibility she would still be able to film. It would be limited to her house, of course, but the possibility is definitely real -- at least if prosecutors don't allow it.

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