Teresa Giudice’s release from prison is set for Dec. 23, 2015, and everyone is anxiously waiting for her to return home to her family. However, this camera-loving woman has banned the cameras from filming her release from the Danbury Federal Correctional Institute, according to Radar Online, Dec. 14, 2015.
A source told Radar Online, ““Bravo won’t be allowed on the premises at the prison. Officials would never agree to it.” The only thing that Bravo has been able to do with Teresa is tape her voice when she called home so they can have that on the series special “Real Housewives of New Jersey; Teresa Checks In.”
Teresa kept in the tabloid news during the trial and throughout her jail sentence, but for her release, she wants to be out of the camera’s view. The source said, “Teresa just wants to be reunited with her family, and get out of there with as little fanfare as possible. There will no doubt be photographers present, but Teresa will not be lingering around. She just wants to get to her house and then she will really believe it’s over.”
She is anxious to be out of jail and back home with her family and she instructed her family how she wants her house decorated for Christmas. Her kids, Gia, 14, MIlania, 10, Gabriella, 9, and Audriana, 6 cannot wait for Teresa’s return and they are calling it a “Christmas miracle.” A different source said, “Teresa won’t be allowed to leave the house once she’s home because she will be under house arrest until February. But it’s all the better for bonding with her family. The girls are so excited that their mom is finally coming home and they are calling it a real “Christmas miracle.”
Teresa asked her daughters to buy something for Joe with the help of her family and apparently, Teresa made gifts for her family while she was in prison. Just what she made in jail has not been released, but her gifts may have more meaning because she made them, instead of running to the store to buy the things or ordering items online.
Before Teresa’s release, she will attend a Christmas party with the other inmates in the jail. Although she is anxious to leave the prison, she will still miss the friends she has made during her stay. Once Teresa is released from jail, an ankle bracelet will adorn her leg and she will be confined to her home until she serves out her full sentence.
Joe Giudice will surrender himself in March to serve out his 41-month sentence. After Mr. Giudice’s release, he will still have to deal with the possibility of being deported back to Italy.
What do you think about Teresa not allowing the cameras to film her homecoming, or do you even believe it? The paparazzi will be there, trying to snap pictures of Teresa as she leaves the jail and enter her home, but how long can she really survive without doing a few pictures and giving some comments? Post your thoughts below in the comments section on Teresa and her “Christmas miracle” release.