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'RHONJ' star Teresa Giudice spilling the beans?

For being a reality TV star, Teresa Giudice is actually quite private when it comes to her family and legal issues. During her time on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," she has always preferred to keep the more unpleasant details of her life under wraps, choosing instead to always have a smile on and pretend that everything's great. Her husband, Joe Giudice, is also the same way.

TV personality Teresa Giudice attends the Boy Meets Girl by Stacy Igel fall 2013 fashion show during Conair Style360 at Metropolitan Pavilion on February 13, 2013 in New York City.
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So it was quite surprising when reports came out that Teresa was writing a tell-all book in which she'll reveal all about her family, problems and jail fears. However, according to a All About The Real Housewives article posted on Wednesday, June 4, it's simply not true that Teresa is writing a tell-all book. According to a source, Teresa isn't working on any kind of book right now.

The source said that a book may be something that she'll consider doing once her legal case is resolved. However, if she does write a book, it won't be a juicy memoir giving fans details of what really happened or intimate details of her family members. Instead, it'll be more of a inspirational book that talks about how she dealt with her issues and her feelings.

Radar Online reported a few days ago that Teresa was "working furiously" on a "bombshell book" in which she'll finally admit what she and Joe did to get themselves in such trouble with the government, her fears about prison and how she's preparing her daughters for a life without Joe and perhaps her. She has reportedly been offered lots of money for the tell-all book.

It is only a little more than a month away before Joe and Teresa Giudice face sentencing for the multiple counts of fraud that they plead guilty to in March. Joe faces 46 months in prison while Teresa faces 27 months. Whatever sentence is handed down to them, it'll certainly add an interesting perspective to the sixth season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," which premieres on Sunday, July 13, just a few days after their sentencing date.

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