“Real Housewives of New Jersey” stars Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have just been slapped with a laundry list of criminal charges — ranging from bank fraud to tax evasion — and now, they both face more than 50 years in prison if convicted.
U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman just announced the 39-count indictment, claiming Teresa and her hubby massively defrauded the IRS as well as several banks between 2001-2008. According to the U.S. Attorney, the Giudices conspired to illegally obtain mortgages and other loans from multiple banks by intentionally overestimating their incomes in order to get more money.
“I’ve been wanting to ask her to marry me for years now and I finally did it,” Posey, 21, revealed. “It’s everything I’ve wanted to do. I finally feel like myself. I didn’t know if I was going to do it — I didn’t have a plan or anything. I was so damn nervous. I just asked her and it was the coolest thing int he world. Her reaction was the sweetest — I can’t even explain it!”
“We stand united, my family and I, and I think that says a lot about who we are, and what we’re about. I believe that people should be able to question things. I believe that people should value family, and value friendships, and hold those things sacrosanct. That for me, that’s what I’m about. It wouldn’t matter what it was, simply because no one is going to tell me how I need to think, no one is going to tell me who I can, and cannot, talk to.”
“If I’m happy, I’m drinking, if I’m sad, I’m drinking. If it’s raining, I’m drinking, if it’s sunny, I’m drinking.”
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