Earlier this week, the Giudices were in court where they plead guilty to charges of fraud which could result in them both being thrown behind bars -- but not for nearly as long as the amount they were facing.
Following a 39-count indictment, the pair were facing 50 years behind bars and Joe's possible deportation. But now that they've entered their guilty plea, as part of a plea deal, Teresa won't do more than two years behind bars and Joe won't do more than five.
After the news went viral online, Grantell was floored that the Giudices made out so well in court after all they had done.
"I don't think they got what they deserved. I thik they should've gotten more," Granatell revealed to Tom Murro on March 6. "They should go to jail and I definitely think [Joe] should be deported. He defies the law and continues to defy the law. driving without insurance, driving without registration. He just keeps doing it!"
Also speaking to Murro, Granatell recalled a time when she first discovered the Giudices were up to no good.
"One time I was driving with my driver and I told him to run her plate and he did and she had the car in somebody else's name!" she claimed. "What does that tell you? 'We have things, but they're in other peoples' names because we know they're going to get taken away… cuz they're not ours. '"
The Giudices will be formally sentenced during a hearing on July 8. At this time, Teresa is hoping to either get probation or house arrest as opposed to a jail term.