“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice have been fighting for quite some time, but it sounds like Teresa is taking the feud to a new level. Rather than believing Melissa, Teresa was convinced that her own family members were selling stories about her to the press. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Oct. 7, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Melissa Gorga was being accused of selling stories about her sister-in-law so she could make herself look better.
"I heard that you had a contract over at “Radar Online,” that as long as you keep giving them bad stories about me, they won't publish anything bad about you," Teresa says to Melissa during the reunion. Melissa denies selling stories, adding, “It's not true. That's one more thing in life that I get accused of that I didn't do."
That seems to be Teresa’s problem; she believes everything she hears rather than what the person in question believes. Yet, she wants her family to believe what she tells them about her legal problems, not what they hear in the press. Radar Online has released a statement, and it sounds like Melissa is not guilty. "Melissa has never sold a story to RadarOnline.com," says the site's editor-in-chief. "There is no contract, agreement, or deal to provide sweetheart coverage about Melissa."
"It’s a complete fabrication," the editor adds. "Perhaps Teresa was given some wrong information, but we’re happy to set the record straight for Teresa, Melissa, the other Housewives, and all the fans of New Jersey." It sounds like Teresa needs to stop believing the people who are claiming to know things. What do you think of Teresa’s gullibility?