“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice has pled guilty to various fraud charges earlier this year and will be facing sentencing this summer. The couple was facing trial, but their lawyer told them a plea may work out in their favor. And now, it seems that things have settled a bit in New Jersey. According to a new Radar Online report published on April 11, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is supposedly enjoying the attention she is getting from being in the spotlight, even if the attention is negative.
Everyone is waiting to see how the family is dealing with the plea deal, as Bravo and producers have been following Teresa and her family for the past couple of months. Apparently, the upcoming season will reveal some of the struggles and may include the guilty admission in court. However, since the cameras are no longer rolling, it will be interesting to see how Bravo handles the sentencing. It is possible that they will film the sentencing to wrap up the new season.
However, Teresa seems to be in good spirits, even though she doesn’t know what her future holds. In fact, it seems like she is in high demand with her cookbooks, her paid appearances and even with her role on the show. The media is supposedly going crazy to land some time with the controversial reality star.
“Everyone wants to book Teresa for their show or event and she LOVES it,” a source has revealed. “Teresa thrives on being famous and even though this is a really scary situation, the way that people are clamoring for her has really gone to her head. She really seems to have an inflated ego now. Teresa is thriving with all of her new attention,” the source adds. ” And the best part for her is she is just playing the martyr.”
At present time, her husband could face years in jail and potential deportation. It is unclear what the plea deal will give Teresa in the end, but it sounds like Bravo will have everything covered for fans. Some believe they may get off easy because they are stars and famous around the country. Special treatment may not be a judge's top priority. What do you think of Teresa milking the public attention? Do you think she is enjoying it?