“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice has several deals in place when it comes to her career. She is the spokesperson for the NephCure Foundation and she has launched her haircare line, Milania Haircare. But it sounds like these companies have not questioned her since being charged with fraud. According to a new Radar Online report published on Sept. 16, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is not required to stop working as she is facing trial later this year.
And it sounds like Giudice won’t be fired from her haircare line either. The CEO of the company spoke out recently. “Teresa and I met last week in New York to discuss her future with Youthful8 – The Milania Collection hair care brand,” owner and CEO Jerel James Sabella said in a statement. “Obviously, Teresa has been in the headlines over the past few weeks due to legal issues, and I wanted to allow her some time to assess the situation and see how these issues could, or would, affect her role with the company before making any decisions. We understand the serious nature of the charges,” he continued.
And it sounds like she will continue to work, even if the company didn’t want to work with her. She has been working hard since they filed for personal bankruptcy, so one can imagine she would find work. What do you think?