- Full Name: Teresa Gorga
- Net Worth: $11 Million
- Occupation: Television personality
- Marital Status: Married
- Ethnicity: Italian
Teresa Giudice Net Worth – The Rise And Fall Of Teresa Giudice
Teresa Giudice’s Career
Giudice worked for Macy’s as an associate buyer after she graduated from college. Since she starred in the famous movie series “Housewives”, she then got a chance of being a co-author of the three successful Teresa Giudice’s cookbooks that include recipes handed down from her mother. The first, “Skinny Italian”, was published on May 4, 2010; the second, “Fabulicious”, was published on May 3, 2011; and the third, “Fabulicious! Fast & Fit”, was released on May 8, 2012. Each of the books has made the New York Times Best Seller list. Giudice owns a cocktail line named Fabellini and a Teresa Giudice’s haircare line named after her daughter Milania, the Jerel Sabella. In 2012, Giudice joined the cast of the reality competition “The Celebrity Apprentice 5” (also known as “The Apprentice 12”), ultimately raising $70,000 for her selected charity, The NephCure Foundation. She was fired in episode 12, which aired May 6, 2012, after placing fifth. She also had several guestings like “People and OK Magazine”, “Who Wants to be a Millionaire”, “Real Housewives”, and also one of the cover girl in “Life & Style”, “U.S. Weekly” publications.
The Giudice’s Estate
Teresa Giudice’s house and Joe Giudice is located on Indian Lane in Towaco, NJ. Her house is a 12,000 sq. ft. 2-story grand mansion with expensive marble floors with artistic iron railing designs in its bridal staircase.
How Was Teresa’s Childhood?
Teresa Giudice was born on May 18, 1972, in Paterson, New Jersey, US. She is the daughter of Italian immigrants. She was raised in the Catholic faith with her brother Joe in Paterson, New Jersey. This is where she also met her husband, Joe Joseph Guiseppe Giudice.
Teresa Giudice’s Private Life And Legal Problems
In 2000 Teresa Giudice married Joe Giudice. At that time he had worked as a builder and restaurant owner in New Jersey. On July 29, 2013, Teresa and Joe Giudice were charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud, and bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications, and bankruptcy fraud in a 39-count indictment. His husband Joe was charged with failure to file tax returns from 2004 up to 2008, during which time he allegedly earned nearly $1 million at the same time Giudice’s driver’s license was suspended following on January 13, 2010. After he was convicted, his license was suspended for 12 months, and he was sentenced to 20 days of community service. Because he was using the same defense attorney in both trials, U.S. District Judge Esther Salas moved the date of the tax case, involving both Teresa and Joe, from October 8, 2013, to February 24, 2014. On March 4, 2014, Teresa and Joe entered a guilty plea to 41 counts of fraud, following a deal struck with federal prosecutors. The couple was accused of engaging in bank, mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud, which allegedly saw them net over $5 million over a 10-year period. On October 2, 2014, Teresa was sentenced to 15 months in a federal prison; Joe received a 41-month sentence, followed by potential deportation to Italy. Together, the couple must also pay $414,000 in restitution. They served their sentences in separate schedule so one them can watch over and stayed with their children Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana. . Teresa began her sentence first on January 5, 2015 where she surrendered 7 hours before her call to jail. According to her attorney, “she was ready”.