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‘RHONJ’ star Teresa Giudice’s prosecutors fight to get camera ban

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“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice pled guilty to various charges this week, including filing false tax returns. She is hoping that she will be sentenced to house arrest for a couple of years, while her husband takes on the jail time. However, it sounds like the prosecutors want to take away her fame with the hit Bravo show. According to a new Radar Online report published on March 5, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice’s prosecutors are trying to remove the cameras from the couple’s home, even though they want to keep filming the show during this legal process.

“Prosecutors will ask that if the judge sentences Teresa to house arrest that no cameras be allowed to film during that time,” a source has revealed. One law enforcement official said, “Serving a prison sentence isn’t glamorous or fun and officials don’t want it to look like it is.” Of course, prosecutors don’t want people to see Teresa as an example of what will happen if they commit the same crimes as Teresa and her husband, Joe.

Of course, the sentencing will happen in July, so they have until July to figure out what they will do. And one can imagine that Bravo will be filming from now on until then. And it sounds like Bravo will fight to keep filming. Do you think Bravo should film her if she gets house arrest?


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