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‘RHONJ’ Teresa Giudice says ‘cash only, no credit’ at Posche Spring Soiree

‘RHONJ’ Teresa Giudice says ‘cash only, no credit’ at Posche Spring Soiree
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Teresa Giuidce pleaded guilty to several of the felony charges and apologized for mistakes she made in her past, but are those mistakes really in the past? Reportedly Giudice was charging fans $25 each for her signature and a photo with her, and it was cash only, no credit and no receipts.

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giuidce was advertised as the celebrity guest at the Posche Spring Soiree hosted by Kim Depaolo, owner of the Posche boutique. A March 21 Radar Online report says that guests, were shocked to find out that in order to get Teresa's signature and a photo with here they had to pay $25, and it was cash only.

Guests attending the Posche Spring Soiree each paid $110, which included dinner, wine, music and a fashion show. Though Giudice was advertised as the “celebrity guest” there was no mention prior to the event that she would charge guests to sign the book and take a photo with her. Even more surprising was that when guests willing to pay the $25 pulled out their credit cards they were told by Teresa’s assistant, and Giudice herself, that it was cash only. Reportedly no receipts were issued either.

Radar Online obtained video taken by one attendee, but it is difficult to hear anyone saying anything over the music and other background noise. One eyewitness said that when she went up to get her book signed and take a photo with Teresa she was told it would cost $25 and that she had to pay in cash. The eyewitness said, “Cash only? Who takes cash only? Even Teresa was telling guests it was ‘cash only, no receipts’ and she had bags of cash beside her where her colleague was collecting the money.”

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