Season 6 of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” has finished taping, and there are many questions about how the show will handle Teresa Giudice’s fraud trial. Wetpaint reports on April 4 that Giudice denies letting the producers videotape her talking about the trial with her daughters, but this does not mean other issues will be missing from the reality TV series.
The Giudice fraud trial is likely to be a big part of the next season because Joe and Teresa will not be able to avoid the topic in front of viewers. Although Teresa may have been able to keep her conversation with her daughters private and away from the prying cameras, there are other aspects of the trial that will be public on the show.
Since their decision to plead guilty to fraud charges, the Giudice family has been at the center of controversy. However, Bravo allegedly treated the family and trial with respect and did not overstep boundaries. The show realizes the trial will be important for ratings, but there are legal matters that have to be followed.
It is not clear if Bravo will be able to show the sentencing on the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” because the date is set for July 8. Taping has already ended, but the reality show could add an extra reunion episode or special to capture it. However, the judge would have to give Bravo permission to tape inside the courtroom, and the Giudice family would have to agree to it.