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Teresa Giudice ready for Joe Giudice to be deported? Sentencing could be brutal

Teresa Giudice could be looking at a lot of alone time if Joe Giudice gets deported
Teresa Giudice could be looking at a lot of alone time if Joe Giudice gets deported
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Teresa Giudice is starting the process of the pre-sentencing phase that comes with her decision to agree to a plea for federal criminal charges. As the fans watch from a distance, it appears that Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice are meeting with officials from the probation department and psychiatrist for evaluation. According to Radar Online on Tuesday, the process is routine, but the outcome determines the fate of both individuals.

As Teresa Giudice has stayed away from any press surrounding her situation, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” promo has significantly suffered. Left to the less known stars, the headlines aren’t catching nearly enough ink without Teresa and her story. While there is no doubt that Bravo would like to see the star front and center, but the resistance might be a moment of self-preservation.

The big question is if Teresa Giudice is prepared for Joe Giudice to be deported. While the reality star might be looking at house arrest or even probation, her husband is looking at jail time and then he could be removed from the country. This shocking development has fans surprised, but for the couple it has to be even more devastating. The two are looking at issues beyond the July sentencing date and trying to figure out what their future might look like. With Joe out of the country, the responsibility of the children might fall to Teresa or her family.

The sentencing hearing for Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice probably will be bigger than the premiere of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” With the couple not talking, it is more enticing for viewers to follow along and see what happens. It also offers up a real life story that takes a powerful couple and puts their future into the hands of one judge.

Teresa and Joe Giudice are sentenced in the first part of July. How this will come out is unknown and that makes the sentencing phase of this case emotionally brutal.