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'RHONJ' star Teresa Giudice's husband Joe drowning his sorrows in alcohol?

Is Teresa Giudice's husband, Joe Giudice, drowning his sorrows in alcohol while she's hard at work trying to keep the family together and the money coming in? An article posted on OK! Magazine on Monday, June 2, sure makes it seem that way.

Teresa Giudice attends the 2013 Bravo New York Upfront at Pillars 37 Studios on April 3, 2013 in New York City.
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According to the article, Joe was spotted at New York City's Catch restaurant over the weekend drunk. A source reported that he was "clearly bombed," as his face was red and he, despite having a suit on, looked disheveled. He was apparently there without Teresa since she was nowhere in sight.

Joe certainly has a lot to think about and stress over right now. There's only about a month left until he faces sentencing for the nine counts of mail, wire, bank and bankruptcy fraud that he plead guilty to in March. Teresa, who also plead guilty, faces 27 months in prison while Joe faces 46 months behind bars.

While Joe is drinking, Teresa is hard at work. She has been tirelessly promoting the upcoming season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," as well as her various business ventures, which includes her cookbooks, coffee line, hair care line, and sparking wine line. On Tuesday, June 3, Teresa enticed her fans to come out and try her wine, Fabellini, with her on Thursday, June 5, at a lounge in Clifton, New Jersey. Hopefully, Joe isn't partaking in her Fabellini too much!

With her massive legal troubles, at least Teresa Giudice doesn't have to worry about fighting with her brother and sister-in-law, Joe and Melissa Gorga, when season six of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" airs in July. Unlike in seasons past, season six won't concentrate on any drama between Teresa and Melissa but rather focus on the new housewives. Both Melissa and Dina Manzo have confirmed that the new housewives, Teresa Aprea, Nicole Napolitano and Amber Marchese, "bring it" on the new season.