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Teresa Giudice to leave 'RHONJ' fame and go with Joe Giudice if he's deported?

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Teresa Giudice may soon be spending a lot of time in Italy. According to an OK! Magazine article posted on Friday, June 13, Teresa has decided that she'll follow her husband Joe Giudice to Italy if he gets deported.

The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" couple faces sentencing on Tuesday, July 8, for multiple counts of loan and bankruptcy fraud. They pleaded guilty to the charges in early March. Both face the prospect of going to prison, with Joe facing a maximum sentence of 46 months in prison and Teresa facing a maximum of 27 months. Joe also faces the possibility of being deported to Italy because he's not a U.S. citizen.

In an interview with Us Weekly in early March, the couple's lawyer said that he believes that it would be "a tremendous injustice" if Joe is deported. He explained that Joe has been in the U.S. since he was 1-years-old child but never became a citizen by accident. Joe apparently thought that he was a citizen and didn't even know that he wasn't until it was brought up in his state case.

According to a source, Teresa loves Joe so much that she can't face living in the country without him. The source told OK! Magazine that Teresa has told close friends that if Joe is deported, she's going with him as well. What she definitely won't do is divorce him.

Would Teresa really leave behind all of her friends and family in the U.S., leave her fame from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," and uproot her four daughters for a new life in Italy? She has also put in a lot of love, time and work into her various business ventures, which includes a hair care line, sparkling wine line, coffee line, and several cook books.

Teresa Giudice actually leaving the country and going with Joe Giudice if he's deported seems to be a remote possibility. However, she has shown that she's utterly devoted to her husband and keeping her family together, sticking by him though the troubles when others may have left already, so perhaps it will actually happen?

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