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Teresa Giudice preparing for jail? ‘Real Housewives’ star seeking emotional help

Teresa Giudice is getting spiritual help as she looks towards the future
Teresa Giudice is getting spiritual help as she looks towards the futurePhoto by Mike Coppola/Getty Images

Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe, have an unknown future ahead. The fans of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” franchise have wondered how much they might see the stars of the reality show and it appears the couple are nervous of their future too. According to Radar Online on Thursday, the unknown has Teresa Giudice getting counseling from their priest.

The couple are devote Catholics and during this period of unknown a lot of variables are being thrown around. The couple was charged with 41 counts of fraud and tax evasion. Now, after pleading guilty and ultimately taking a plea deal, both face large fines and prison time. What that punishment might be will be decided by a judge later this year.

While the upcoming season of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” still offers a look at the couple and their family, it appears that the focus will be on the impending legal issues they face. For one former cast mate, the idea that Teresa Giudice is getting so much attention might be annoying. Classicalite is reporting that Caroline Manzo has taken to publically bash her so-called friendship with the star, suggesting they never were close.

There is nothing bright for the future ahead when it comes to this reality couple. Teresa Giudice is looking at 27 months in prison, while husband Joe could get 46 months. Add that the couple could owe millions as well and Joe will likely be deported back to Italy.

So what will happen to the Giudice children? The family hasn’t disclosed if they are making arrangements or just hoping that Teresa gets probation to take care of the family. In this type of situation most people expect the worse by making arrangements and hope for the best. Everyone hopes the Giudice children can live with family or close friends in case something happens to their parents.