“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice may be facing upwards of 50 years in prison and may be losing her husband to deportation, but it sounds like she is living in the moment. They will start their trial on Oct. 8 and it sounds like she is in denial about the possibility of being locked up. According to a new Us Magazine report published on Aug. 16, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Giudice is now revealing that she is not planning to stop working even though she has a court date coming up.
"I'm not going to stop working. Now I'm in it and I'm going to work until who knows when," she has revealed on the same day that she went to court for the second time. "The good thing about working [is] it's a good example to show to my daughters. Mommy's a businesswoman, and hopefully they'll follow in my footsteps." And she continued to uphold her book signing agreements that were scheduled before she indicted. "It was so weird," she said. "When I heard my court date was Aug. 14, I was like gosh, I know I have something on Aug. 14 -- and it was my book signing. And of course I wasn't going to cancel, there's no need to cancel."
And it sounds like Giudice isn’t dropping her work life. Her lawyer has encouraged her to keep working to avoid thinking about the future. "We have told them to continue life as they've lived it," their lawyer has revealed. "They have a family, they have to support themselves … they shouldn't imprison themselves at this time."
Do you think she is setting an example for her daughters?