Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is up to her old tricks again. It didn’t take long for her to fall back into her MO of backstabbing, gossiping and causing trouble. This time though she’s doing it all behind the scenes while she plays the “no drama” role while filming.
Due to her current legal battles, Teresa Giudice is trying to watch what she says and does while filming in order to make sure she isn’t portrayed in a negative light. According to a source close to the show, Giudice hasn’t changed; she’s just making sure it doesn’t show up on camera.
The source said, “Teresa is never going to stop scheming and trying to make herself look good at the expense of others. Even though she really didn’t get into any fights on camera this season, she was still plotting behind the scenes to cause trouble.”
Giudice and her husband Joe are getting ready to be sentenced for their guilty pleas to fraud charges and are facing jail time. The source claims that Teresa is using that as “a shield from any controversy.” “None of the other women can go up again Teresa.”
“She’s so high and mighty now, she just keeps saying that she has bigger things to worry about than fighting on a TV show, but that’s not exactly the truth. Teresa is still totally trying to pull the strings.”
“She says bad things to the women and even to peripheral friends hoping that it will get back to the person she says stuff about, but then she can’t be caught saying anything. Teresa is completely up to her old tricks. She’s backstabbing people that think she’s their friend and trying to spread rumors about the new women.”
The source went on to add, “Teresa just says I’m doing everything for my kids and they don’t need any fighting. But she’s not mentioning that she’s doing the same crap she always did, just behind the scenes.” The other RHONJ cast members told the source that they feel like when it comes to dealing with her their hands are tied.
She sounded like a broken record saying she was not going to fight, but it felt so obvious that she was still trying to cause friction with the women and everyone saw through her.”
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